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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Mason County High Point


Sorry, I'm still sorting flower show pics, and one of my assignments took me past a place I had previously promised you. You might remember that I have showed you the high point in Mason County as viewed from my kingdom. That's at The Highest Point

Mason County High Point

The high spot is the hill behind the radio tower. It's a bad place to be stopping a car, but it's not a busy road, so I grabbed a couple of pictures. Here is the view to the east.

Mason County High Point view east

And then, I tried once again to see if I could find our hill, to the northeast. Even in the winter, the answer is "not really."

Mason County High Point view northeast

I thought the camera might help, so I zoomed in

Mason County High Point view northeast

As always, I can easily find the Scottville water tower. So we should be just a mile to the west of that, but it's impossible to see anything due to the trees.


See The Highest Point


5 comments:

rainfield61 said...

You are searching for "you" hill.

Then you can name it after you.

lol.

Ann said...

Looks like a nice area. Every time I ever try to pull of the side of the road to take pictures it never fails, I always attract traffic

Sharkbytes said...

rainfield- I have unofficially named it Mulberry Hill, since we can grow those trees so easily.

Ann- I should go back on a clear day, park somewhere safer, and get some better pix.

RNSANE said...

Can you locate your home with Google Earth? I have so much fun with that.

Sharkbytes said...

Carmen- yes, but the resolution isn't good in most rural areas. I thought I would use a part of that map to show where these places are some time.

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