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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsd07 View Post
    I agree with you, KC didnt put her there. Its a more remote area, Im thinking to the east past Lee Vista. Anyone else agree?
    It can't be so remote that she couldn't drive to it. Additionally, I believe it would be an area that she's familiar with. From what I've seen she's not your average murderer (if there is such a thing). She doesn't plan ahead because she doesn't believe she'll be caught, so she doesn't have to. I feel her main concern was to remove the body from her existence, secondary was being hidden so well it would never be found.

    I have to say again, excellent job, Frip!!! I live so far away, I really appreciate seeing pics of areas I've only Google-mapped. THANK YOU!!
    Last edited by dreamerlin; 10-11-2008 at 06:16 PM. Reason: Add thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friptzap View Post
    This area was dry when I went
    http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...cl=1&encType=1

    I hope this works. This is in that area and it looks like some type of bridge and easy access from a road. You have to do it in the birds eye view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerlin View Post
    I feel she could not have carried the body very far, even if it was in a duffle type of bag. Plus it would have looked too conspicuous. So the area would have to be where she could pull her car close.

    Thank you!
    Oh I indeed think she was too lazy to carry her very far but to the woods from the parking lot is not too far really. It's shorter than I have seen mothers carry a 2 1/2 year old in the malls anyway. But if she was desperate enough I can see her carrying her much farther even. She could have carried her into the woods one day, just inside and then carried her a litle farther the next and so on too. Or even took breaks all in one day. She is thin young and healthy and apparently was a jogger so she had the energy level to do it. Maybe a tad lazy to do it based on her work history or lack thereof but she could have carried her some distance physically.

    But I do agree with the sentiment and I certianly suspect she would take the easiest rotue in the least obvious place she could find to avoid notice. This is a possible such place but there are others that could be easier and closer of course.

    One of the reasons I chose this place is it's proximity to her home and it is a park. I would suspect some sort of sentimental value to that in Casey's mind placing her near home and something she loved so much - parks.

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    Thank you for your efforts, Friptzap. That is one great job you did.

    Please though tell me you are taking someone with you in these hikings. No reason to endanger yourself in secluded areas!! BE SAFE

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiraclesHappen View Post
    Because you can only pass it off as a lawn ornament for so long?
    true!


    thanks for searching - wish I could help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friptzap View Post
    She could be anywhere? T.E.S. has searched numerous areas similar to this very spot and including as far as I have seen a portion of this very area. You two seem to disregard my efforts and to be honest I am insulted.
    Here are a couple of pictures I am interested in knowing more about. What is this? Is there a road close? Is that a walking trail or a road beside it?



    This one hit me as strange to be out there - what was that made of?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTheory View Post
    Thank you for your efforts, Friptzap. That is one great job you did.

    Please though tell me you are taking someone with you in these hikings. No reason to endanger yourself in secluded areas!! BE SAFE
    Oh at least a 9mm. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTheory View Post
    Thank you for your efforts, Friptzap. That is one great job you did.

    Please though tell me you are taking someone with you in these hikings. No reason to endanger yourself in secluded areas!! BE SAFE
    I'm and ex-boyscout from back in the day. I only walk out halway as far as I can walk in one trip and I carry a bottle of water a walking stick and a hunting knife along with my cell phone. But I have been walking alone. I have not hiked in years but the action remains the same and I am always extreemly careful.

    So far the only critters I ran across where spiders and squirrels. Considering the squirrel facts I posted on another thread I should be more concerned with the squirrel than the spider but I hate spiders, well more so it is that I hate spider webs!!! those things freak me out!!!

    As long as I have water and I am carefull to not twist an ankle I feel very safe, I am not searching swampy gator areas and probably would seek a partner/group in that situation. Or a boat even! But I do appreciate the concern. I have had the same thoughts about some of the teams I have seen searching the one day as I passed by them, some of them look like they have never seen a racoon, possum or for that matter even a squirrel!

    If you have never been in the woods deffinatley take a partner, even if you have take one anyway if you have the oppertunity, infortunately my timing has prevented that. I used to hike for 10 miles plus alone in my youth so I have no real fear in doing so again. I just need to monitor my actual ability now conisdering my "conditioning" as long as I do that I'm gold! Which is why I was leaving the woods when I did yesterday in Blanchard Park, dang it that I found that possible evidence and had to wait an additional 3+ hours longer than I intended lol and I did not eat lunch nor did I have any water with me. that was supposed to be a simple "recon" seaqrch only lol. Again thanks for the concern, it is not without merit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TURBOTHINK View Post
    Here are a couple of pictures I am interested in knowing more about. What is this? Is there a road close? Is that a walking trail or a road beside it?



    This one hit me as strange to be out there - what was that made of?

    The first picture is a drainage ditch. I can't recall if the water was running to it or from it but the water goes between there and the lake. That is the trail that runs adjacent to the woods this is just north of the middle of the trail. This trail makes a circle from the first pavilion in the picture to the opposite side of the restroom/maintenance building. Oh and you can see this building in that picture also, look just left of the tree on the right side kind of at the small branchy leaves, it's right there in the background. and the Parking lot is right behind it.

    Taht other picture is a what appears to be a MR turtle sand box? It is plastic. I wanted to return here specifically because of that. It was all broken up but partially covered next to /under that carpet. I was considering that it may be the small wagon seen in Casey's beach picture with Caylee inside. But after my return it looks much more like a sandbox and I believe I searched the net and found a Mr Turtle sand box that looked just like what this could have been. But I also did not see any wheels either. and there was much more green plastic than I would think that wagon was made of.

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    Thanks so much for taking your own time to search for Caylee. It's people like you that we need more of in this world! I wish I could help search but I am to far away.

    Thanks again for all your effort and pictures. You did a wonderful job.


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    Here is another one I have a question about. Is that a chain link fence on the right? On the other side of that fence is there water?



    Same question here - is there water beside that fence anywhere?



    There is also a wooden walkway in one of them. Does it go over water?

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    The reason I am asking you all these questions is I am trying to work it out where I can bring my dog and come down there the end of next week. I am setting up some places I want to go first. I don't have the details worked out yet, but I would like to get with you on some of these areas.

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    Great job on the pics. Thank you for searching.
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    Friptzap thank you so much for your searching of these areas... my goodness, you have covered such a lot of ground! And thank you also for all of the pictures. That is super to be able to look at all of the areas that we've heard about and that have been mentioned in news reports. I'm really amazed at the denseness of vegetation in some of these areas, as shown in your pictures.I really applaud your tireless efforts! Your searching for a little girl that this entire country 'has adopted'!

    I wish I lived down there and could join you on some of your searches! I would love to be able to help the cause!
    Thank you so much for your searching for precious little Caylee! Poor baby, it is sickening to think about her being out there. She could really be anywhere, couldn't she?

    I'm going to look over all of your pictures againg... so interesting!
    Thank you again. I appreciate your sharing all that you have done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TURBOTHINK View Post
    Here is another one I have a question about. Is that a chain link fence on the right? On the other side of that fence is there water?



    Same question here - is there water beside that fence anywhere?



    There is also a wooden walkway in one of them. Does it go over water?
    If you loook on the map, this park is next to the lake that is a wood walkway out to a wood pavillion that hangs over the water, as you go out that far it is swampy so the walkway is to reach the pavilion. You can see this on the map easy for a reference. This is the wood walkway you see in the first picture.

    In the second picure, the woods itself is surrounded by a fence to "seperate" it from the park. Near the lake edge of this deep woodsy area the fence is mushed down, people have been walking over it for years it seems. Farther along wrapping east and then south around the woods the fence in a few spots is knocked down from the frame. Also if you notice the sandy area there is a fence frame knocked to the ground, this is the entrance to the deep trail that winds through this woods. Well it is a trail at first but vanishes a little ways through, vehicles have been there at one time. I searched a "natural" looking winding pathway through the woods and was probably in the middle when I turned back.

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