Friday, October 12, 2007

Google Earth and the mysteries of a KML file

Google Earth is a free desktop application. It is a Google "thing" and can be freely downloaded to your own computer. I've been messing around with it and recently produced my very first KML file (Keyhole Markup Language) that will show you an aerial view of Lake Wazeecha, which was the subject of our first "pleasant place to paddle" column in our newsletter.
Please note that for the link to work and the KML file to open, you first need to have downloaded Google Earth.

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