Yeah, the dirt road would come out right there. Don't know how or if [the driver] planned to get through any gates, but there are plenty of places along that road to hide a car if that was his intention. The creek near that corner is Simon Creek; it flows southeast from Pike Road and runs into Walnut Bayou just north of Highway 32. Google Earth gives an image date of April 17, 2012, so it was springtime in this view. I live about 130 miles north of the area and our summer this year began with a lot more rain than we usually get. Lots of thunderstorms. We normally have 100+ degree days for weeks at a time, and there were some 100-degree days this summer, but not nearly as many. June was really nice; temperatures didn't start heating up until July. Most years, during August and the first half of September, walking out your front door feels like walking into a blast furnace, but this past summer was milder than usual. Couldn't say if the same conditions were true in Love County in July. I've never tried to look up specific weather data for a particular area before; is there a website that has that info? The satellite images on Bing do look a little less green. Maybe early summer? Late summer would probably be more brownish. When you zoom in for a close-up view, the season changes to autumn. It's very annoying, though, when you're scrolling along trying to follow a particular road and have to wait for the next image to load. Grrr... Have you tried Google Earth? You can change the angle of view on there, but without any lag time when you're scrolling. Beats the heck out of Bing and Google Maps.