In the course of reading Robert Scott's diaries of his fatal expedition to the South Pole, I was looking at several maps and noticed this feature which was drawn almost consistently the same (a rectangular spur) whatever the age of the map. It seemed strange to see something that looking so much like a pier on the Antarctic coast. Here is my kmz for it, which will be enhanced as I go along. I've found several interesting articles and videos on it but I have to head home from work now so I hope the Wikipedia link will be enough for now.
KitsuneFox: In the Unites States, the most Easterly point, that is drivable, is the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Maine. Technically that is the first place someone could celebrate New Years in the 'states. goo.gl/maps/YtsPgzoNuqrpVjfVA
Dec 26, 2021 13:48:21 GMT
KitsuneFox: Happy 'Black Friday'! Dubai Mall is the world's current largest shopping center by total area, boasting an area of over 12,000,000 square feet. goo.gl/maps/oUVzRzr3PUdkYhvX8
Nov 26, 2021 12:14:42 GMT