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  1. 1

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Those are obviously manufactured homes, so it’s a mobile-home park somewhere in Washington, maybe Gig Harbor?

  2. 2

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    On the other hand, the sun is shining, so it must be eastern Washington. And the boat and RV storage indicates it’s in a resort area. Lake Roosevelt?

  3. 3

    spews:

    @2
    I was out of town this weekend, just got back home. This one is tough, maybe a little too tough. If no one has this by the morning, I may post up a clue in the comments.

  4. 6

    wes.in.wa spews:

    @2: Not likely Lake Roosevelt; no Bird’s Eye View coverage except in urban-suburban areas. I think it’s where folks store their RV’s because there’s no room to store them in front of the house.

  5. 7

    wes.in.wa spews:

    @2: Not likely Lake Roosevelt; no Bird’s Eye View coverage except in urban-suburban areas. I think it’s where folks store their RV’s because there’s no room to store them in front of the house.

  6. 9

    wes.in.wa spews:

    I’ve been working my way south from the canadian border … have to change strategy, I guess.

  7. 10

    wes.in.wa spews:

    I’m thinking we’re facing south. Or north, but more of the good shadows in Clark County are morning shadows. Anyway, I think the shadows are too long for them to be midday shadows of an east-facing view.

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    wes.in.wa spews:

    Ground thru Clark County twice — then decided you had a perveresely large definition of “southwest washington,” and looked up the road around Rochester, Olympia, Yelm.

    I really miss the old database of all areas covered by bing’s bird’s eye views.