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Old 02-11-2011, 10:51 AM   #21
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click map type terrain. zoom in for elevations. find county and city borders.
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Old 02-11-2011, 10:56 AM   #22
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Just so. Copied the link in my URL to be sure I hadn't misspelled it. La Quinta Cove here, and as NPHX notes, the URL brought my location with it.
Seeing your location above the Salton Sea remined me of many fun outings down there. Many interesting shore birds there, and compared to LA at least a very laid back easy pace. That is where I first learned what is truly meant by "a dry heat".

They still have roadside stands for Date Shakes?

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the link pasted above has parameters pre-set after wikimapia.org - clear those out and the site will try to determine where you at.
Ah! You're right. It did determine where I am. Even though its corrected determination was over a mile away, it is still pretty cool that the approximation was that close.
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Put me in Salton Sea too from Ontario Canada? We are safe. ]
So do you have a special Tim Horton's map?
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So do you have a special Tim Horton's map?
LOL We don't need a map.There is a Tim Hortons everywhere. Actually I don't really like their coffee.
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Thanks for the link---fun to "mess around" with!
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LOL We don't need a map.There is a Tim Hortons everywhere. Actually I don't really like their coffee.
At last! Someone who agrees with me!
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