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Either you got to pay, or im doing something wrong. I found my house BUT it has that ' globaexplorer ' written all over the place.
 

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http://www.terrafly.fiu.edu/ Take a fly-over your favorite lake.

http://mapserver.maptech.com/homepage/index.cfm

http://terraserver-usa.com/

One of the best is http://www.topozone.com/ but ya got to spend some bucks. A bassclub member could subscribe for the club and spread out the cost.

http://www.mapmart.com/ is another really good one for satellite, aerial, DEM, etc.

Have you tried out http://earth.google.com/ yet? It takes a speedy computer. SOme fine imagery of anywhere on earth. Try the free version.

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I just went through the links I posted and they all work, much better than GlobalExplorer. Terrfly is fun, but is VERY slow, takes patience. Jim
 

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Those are some cool sites. I've used the google earth before. But those are stored images. Here's one for guys up near the great lakes and are more up to the hour.
http://coastwatch.glerl.noaa.gov/modis/
It's great for seeing where the mud line is.
Also for Garmin users you can view your waypoints in Google Earth now. Just go to view and and you'll see it at the bottom of the drop down list.
 
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How could you guys forget www.local.live.com

This provides actual aerial images of some areas. Also, this provides 3D images of some cities. More coming soon. It is the coolest one I have ever used.
 

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Thanks for teh additions guys :)
 

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Some of you listed a website and most of them combined into single site ---> www.flashearth.com
When your on that site, there are an option site list on left to give you a different view of the map.
I tend to opt Yahoo! Maps. Good details.
 

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Thanks Keith. I use Mapquest for driving directions BUT never noticed till you brought it up that they have an aerial map also.
 
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bassbandit said:
Fish4FunInFl said:
BUT never noticed till you brought it up that they have an aerial map also.
Still don't see it but driving direction.
You have to click on Maps. Then on that page enter in the desired area or zip code. Hit submit and once that map pulls up you will see in the upper right hand of this map another option called Arial Map. Click this and you will be seeing the satellite image.
 

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Perry ! ! ?? When You Open the Flash Earth link , does it open to your house ? ? I do not remember ever being @ that site before ,but I may have , if not it is kind of freaky :dunno:
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Flash Earth does seem to store files somewhere on your machine that track where it was the time you ran it last.

It always opens for me at the location I was last at.

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