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Hidden Mickey on Google Earth

masonp

Member
Original Poster
I think that i have just found a hidden Mickey on Google Earth. The co-ordinates are 28 26'03.97N 81 34'55.94W.
Have a look and let me know what you think:wave:
 

napnet

Active Member
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I'd vote no...
 

FrumiousBoojum

New Member
Haven't seen it yet... but is the the Mickey-shaped plot of trees that several CMs planted a few years ago in the state park about 20 or so miles NW of the WDW property line?

Just wondering since this seems to come up on every board a couple times a week -- I know it was mentioned here several times.
 

e4ymod

Well-Known Member
FrumiousBoojum said:
Haven't seen it yet... but is the the Mickey-shaped plot of trees that several CMs planted a few years ago in the state park about 20 or so miles NW of the WDW property line?

Just wondering since this seems to come up on every board a couple times a week -- I know it was mentioned here several times.
It looks like it is trees, but it's not 20 miles away... it just right outside the north property line.
 

masonp

Member
Original Poster
but you have to admit it does look like one though, but it probably isnt..:sohappy:
 

wannab@dis

Well-Known Member
Gotta vote no on this one...

FrumiousBoojum said:
Haven't seen it yet... but is the the Mickey-shaped plot of trees that several CMs planted a few years ago in the state park about 20 or so miles NW of the WDW property line?

Just wondering since this seems to come up on every board a couple times a week -- I know it was mentioned here several times.
Here's the coordinates for what you are talking about... 28°27'11.27"N 81°42'16.13"W
 

PintoColvig

Active Member
FrumiousBoojum said:
Haven't seen it yet... but is the the Mickey-shaped plot of trees that several CMs planted a few years ago in the state park about 20 or so miles NW of the WDW property line?
Driving directions for this?
 

e4ymod

Well-Known Member
All jokes aside though... Take 192 West, then US27 North, make a right on Shell Pond Rd. Follow that and you'll see it on your left.
 
I think you can find what look like "hidden Mickeys" just about anywhere with Google Earth. For example, I just selected a random site in Florida (ended up near Miami, I believe) - it turns out I picked a golf course. Very first spot I looked at, I saw a shape that looks like a hidden Mickey:
25 46'43.62"N 80 20'33.09"W

You need to zoom in, and rotate it so south faces upward.

I suspect you could go all around the country on Google Earth and find millions of "hidden Mickeys." I challenge people to find the best unintentional Hidden Mickeys in the world!
 

masonp

Member
Original Poster
Youre On for the Challenge...:wave:


FourFourSeven said:
I think you can find what look like "hidden Mickeys" just about anywhere with Google Earth. For example, I just selected a random site in Florida (ended up near Miami, I believe) - it turns out I picked a golf course. Very first spot I looked at, I saw a shape that looks like a hidden Mickey:
25 46'43.62"N 80 20'33.09"W

You need to zoom in, and rotate it so south faces upward.

I suspect you could go all around the country on Google Earth and find millions of "hidden Mickeys." I challenge people to find the best unintentional Hidden Mickeys in the world!
 

dandaman

Well-Known Member
Just a confirmation: This isn't referring to the "cornfield" Mickey in Clermont, right? I'm too lazy to plug in the co-ordinates...
 

wannab@dis

Well-Known Member
dandaman said:
I'm too lazy to plug in the co-ordinates...
just an FYI (which you may already know)... You can copy and paste the coords directly into the find (Fly To) field...

(I always look for the easy/lazy way) :lol:
 
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