~Can I see where you live on Google Street View?
Here’s mine x
*imagine Ziggy’s address here*
We are still too “rural” to have Street View, but you can try it!
*imagine address here*
I love your street view!!! xo
Wow… I can’t believe there are places, the size of your town, in the States that don’t have street view! I assumed the Google would have covered America really well before doing the rest of the world. Your streets are so much wider than ours and the houses have such a “decent” distant between them x Steve and I are looking for a new place to rent, would love for it to be more…… not on top of everyone else…. than this place x
PS, the house you see in the street view is actually 3 flats. Two downstairs and ours upstairs!
I’ve just had a look at the general area that you are situated in. Wow… it’s no wonder a vast majority of Americans never feel the need to leave the country to explore. Your country is so unbelievably VAST! You have dozens and dozens of incredible places to go just within 200 miles of your house. I’m envious x
This conversation between Ziggy and I concluded with me going outside with my trusty camera and snapping 5 shots then photo-merging them to give her a nice street view of my neighborhood.
What it does not show is the meth house on the other side of the home across from mine, the homes going up for sale because of the meth house, the house just down the road abandoned by the family whose children were not allowed to walk 300 feet to the bus top because it involved passing the meth house. It does not show the endless stream of people coming to and from the meth house from late morning until the wee early morning hours, the people coming in the dead of night to steal the gasoline from our cars, the strangers walking from door to door asking for ‘real cold cash.’
My street looks like any other street in any other nice neighborhood in small town America. And those other small towns harbor nasty little secrets like the one nestled between two nice houses on my street.
“Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone.”