On one of the mailing lists I'm on, a member posted her snailmail address,
fairly confident that no one could find her place, living way out in the
country like she does.
Five minutes at MapQuest and I had directions from my
house in Lower Sheol to her house in Wisconsin (something like 1,750 miles
door to door).
I also found another site, Etak, which does the same
thing (pretty much got the same directions) plus gives out latitude and
longitude information as well.
I've yet to hear back to see if the directions were any good or not.
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