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Your Place From Space!

 
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Location: Arizona & North Dakota
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For those of us that have no fear of posting up our homes, I offer the following thread! Your Place From Space!

Take the image of your house, acreage, etc from Google Space and then post it here.

I went all crazy and annotated mine, as you can see. You don't have to actually mention your address or anything. I don't mind sharing, but others are... touchy. I understand.

It makes a great history to your place too- free SAT photos from Google.

YLE (Jeff)
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I'll try to come back and annotate a little later, but for now, here's our paradise!
 
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Location: Vermont, off grid for 24 years!
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My motto for the 21st century: cool but creepy. That's what it's like to see your cows from space:
 
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Location: Boyd, Texas
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Here is my place. The main farm is 60 acres and the new property across the road is 14 acres. I also lease the 30 acres just north of the main farm. Most of the main farm has on contour terracing.

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Location: Washington State
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The red box is me. Roughly 20 unsurveyed acres in SW Washington State. The slope is west/south west and multiple streams and springs run through or originate on the property and collect near the bottom of the hill(bottom of pic/west end of lot).

The blue box is owned by the county, they used to operate a radio navigation beacon there. Its roughly 7 acres of second growth forest with a 20'×20' concrete bunker on a massive concrete slab that used to hold the beacon. I am in the works to aquire this as well.
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