Instead of creating and laboriously updating a Google Map of historic Nevada sites, we are, instead, going to convert everything to a Google Earth file.
We are doing this because it’s less work for me, and that’s a good thing.
will instruct your computer to download and possibly launch a
GOOGLE EARTH .KMZ file.
If you believe that The Google is evil, or you don’t have Google Earth installed,
or you think there is a great danger in downloading this file,
it is our fervent wish that you do not click on it.
If you do choose to click on it, you assume all risks inherent in such an operation,
including, but not limited to:
Prolonged and painful death
Horrid North Korean computer viruses
Carpal tunnel syndrome
A strange, lingering rash
Your personal data sucked into the Google database
However, the chances of these things happening are pretty slim, in our opinion.
What we believe you will actually experience is
A sense of awe and wonderment of all the places we’ve Explored So You Don’t Have To™
Easier access to historic sites
A better understanding of historic site location and geography
After completing an explorative trip, we update this file to include the most recent location as soon as we can. In most cases, if we have a page on the particular site, it’s already in the .KMZ file.
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