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Guess Where The Road Is #2

Dan

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Here's another one for practice. Let's see how you do this time ... WITHOUT GOOGLE!

Think ... what cities have cardinal street numbers that go so high? Look at the landscape.
 

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Dan

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JNA said:
California or Arizona ?

One location per guess. Otherwise, someone could post "Alabama, or Arizona, or Alaska, or Arkansas, or ....."
 

gct13

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I cheated and used Google, because I was curious where you would find a 339th Ave. Interesting.
 

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It's gotta be somewhere in the desolate sprawly West to be surrounded by nothingness at 339th Ave... I'll guess Phoenix as well.
 

Dan

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Gedunker has it, and ludes98 has it pinned down. Better than I thought, actually.
 

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Dan said:
Gedunker has it, and ludes98 has it pinned down. Better than I thought, actually.
There are also exits for 355th Ave and 411th Ave. No idea why they continue the grid out that far, but I am sure we will sprawl out that far and then it will all make sense. I have driven that stretch many times. I littered that highway with the 250' lattice cell towers you see on the drive. My contribution to your cell phone service.
 
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