10 December 2007

Where I Live

Thanks to Google Earth, now you can see where I live...



Our place is right in the centre of the picture, surrounded by other houses (members of the Wine O'Clock Club). When the satellite took this, we hadn't had very much rain at all. If the picture was taken now, it would be a lot greener. If you click on the photo to enlarge, I have outlined our property to give you an idea of exactly where we are.

13 comments:

Walker said...

It looks alot better than my area does right about now which is all white.
Technology does some amazing things.

Andrée said...

this is so cool! you have a big highway near you. the wine o'clock club huh? LOL A rollicking neighborhood! Thank you for this.

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Well now that i know exactly where you live I can just buzz right over and see you right Robyn? Wish it was that easy!! It would be a long trip from here to you!! Great way to show where you live though..Sandy

Peter said...

Who's a clever little cartographer then???

You have some photos and text impinging onto your sidebar, if you delete the long line at the foot of your current posts (scroll to bottom) that may fix it.

jellyhead said...

Ok, well, I'll be there for wine o'clock a bit later today then! ;-)

Gattina said...

Wow, that's interesting, I have Google earth too, but don't know exactly how it works. Mr. Gattino told me yesterday that he had found our house, will ask him how he did it. Isn't that a great invention ?

Jeanette said...

Hi Robyn, If you live nearby I would be in like a flash to join the Wine Oclock club.... hehehe.

Gypsy said...

It looks more like SA than Qld in that shot. Everywhere is very brown and dusty here, not my favourite time of year for ANY reason.

Remiman said...

Robyn,
Now that's a pretty fair size ranch isn't it?
rel

Liz said...

Wow, that looks really spacious and private. lovely.

Merle said...

Hi Robyn ~ ~ Thanks for showing us where you live ~ ~ unfortunately it is too far away to visit you.
Did you get rid of the plovers? I can only remember seeing them once on my way to school over 60 years ago.
They nest on the ground and flew out yelling at me. They are noisy birds.
Take care Robyn, Love, Merle.

Gledwood said...

You really NEED that rain, don't you... I heard you've had the worst droughts in 200 yrs...

;->...

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

That is truly neat.