GoogleEarthing #28 - Weekend Edition

Please note that different instructions apply to multi-image GoogleEarthing puzzles:
Use Google Earth to find the image below somewhere on the face of the Earth. When you find a location, DO NOT USE THE COMMENT FEATURE, since it will give it away to others.

To win the weekend event, you’ve got to get all 5 puzzles right, and it is the first person who emails with all five correct answers who will win this puzzle. Some of these are tough, so put aside any illusions about getting anything else done this weekend. Place a standing pizza order for about every 4-6 hours, and get busy.

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By sheer coincidence, this mountain is in the news this week for its role in history.
There was also a story about the cull of a certain kind of farm animal in the Canadian province of Manitoba a couple of weeks ago which might give you some pointers in the right direction. Or, this puzzle might just gobble you up.

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The person most likely to find this would be someone who prefers the window to the aisle.

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To be frank, my friend Norman thought this was pretty easy due to the colour of the water.

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C is for Canada (and cookie), and that’s good enough for me.

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This one is where you’ll least expect it, so don’t rush to any conclusions.

Remember - all 5 must be answered correctly in order to win. The comment feature has been turned off so that nobody accidentally gives anything away.

Good luck!

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2 Responses to “GoogleEarthing #28 - Weekend Edition”

  1. a) Agri Dagi/Ararat
    39-42-51 N : 44-17-25 E

    b) Macau, China
    22-08-25 N : 113-32-43 E

    c) Deauville, France
    49-21-47 N : 00-04-21 E

    d) near Clearwater, BC
    51-31-59 N : 121-02-49 W

    e) Big Diomede Island, Russia
    65-47-59 N : 169-02-40 W

  2. Way to go Alan! After more than six months, someone has solved this puzzle.

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