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  • #16
    primitive hands, at first glance. https://youtu.be/v69BZAq1TRA?list=RDv69BZAq1TRA

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    • #17
      The things you learn about this world.

      I don't think this is at all chase related in the context of clues or the poem, the name just amused me so I thought I'd share it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fennoscandia

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ksfromKS View Post
        The things you learn about this world.

        I don't think this is at all chase related in the context of clues or the poem, the name just amused me so I thought I'd share it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fennoscandia
        Oh you are so right!
        LOL - I even bought some stock based on something I came across in my research.
        Losing money, but it's for a GOOD CAUSE.

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        • #19
          "Resolve it" seems to be specialized. It doesn't seem to be a spot after nine, but a connected creative idea place?

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          • #20
            Sometimes I think that I need "specialized knowledge" just to understand what ya'll are saying.
            Even Google doesn't get it.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
              Sometimes I think that I need "specialized knowledge" just to understand what ya'll are saying.
              Even Google doesn't get it.
              I agree. It is sometimes hard to connect the dots from someone else's picture, especially if your line of study/research/area hasn't crossed that path. I try to remember that when I post. I do find that sometimes even months after reading a comment, something clicks and then I get it. A lot of times I count on the concept that sometimes the last laugh is the best.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by mikew1927 View Post

                Are you saying the blaze is on MapQuest!!!
                No. Google Earth lets one zoom in closer and tilt one's view (as well as offering "street view"), but doesn't show the name of the creek. Mapquest does.
                GE shows the blaze very well. Mapquest doesn't. All in my opinion.
                Last edited by Old Pilot; 08-13-2019, 05:27 PM.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                  No. Google Earth lets one zoom in closer and tilt one's view (as well as offering "street view"), but doesn't show the name of the creek. Mapquest does.
                  GE shows the blaze very well. Mapquest doesn't. All in my opinion.
                  Google Earth is the ultimate tool when you use add-ons....
                  http://www.gelib.com/
                  "Rhythm means timing, rhythm means rhyme, the poems twenty four lines are all about tyme"
                  --- OH!!

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