reply to post by upgrayedd
What you really need to do with google earth is find some oddity, then go visit it in the flesh. You don't know the number of odd spots on google
earth I've visited only to find the area looks different, but not really odd (special). Conversely, I've visited crashed sites, logged the
coordinates, then checked the area out on google earth. Sometimes you see something, some times you don't. If they dozed a road, that you certainly
see, so roads that are not mapped are of interest. But sometimes they turn out to be mining roads, unlogged fire roads, etc.