I noticed that a lot of the rural areas wouldn't allow you to zoom in all the way (they don't have the data).<br><br>The resolution really isn't very good, but considering its free.... pretty cool.<br><br>
Ready for this one, in 2008 there is a chance you will need a passport to come back into the US. <br><br>I haven't been that far east to see Saganaga Lake. <br>My Minnesota trips to Canada were via International Falls.<br><br>
John<br><br>Seems as if there is any kind of military installations near by, like my town has a large base the zoom function is disabled in satellite map.<br><br>To cross check this idea - In standard map mode all the military installations are greened out and not placed on the map, even the Army Golf course does not show.<br><br>Makes sense - the military certainly don't want anyone to get a detailed satellite map of their bases.<br><br>
Not worried - we get an anual "Canpass" which allows free travel in and out. And there hasn't been any customs on the lake for some years. As you may have noticed there aren't any roads to where we are. We have to go the last twelve miles by boat.<br><br>
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