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eagle sighting
« on: August 07, 2022, 03:50:36 PM »
Sighted an Eagle sedan on the way to Kunkletown Pa. If you go to google maps and search for 40.784433,-75.817122 longitude, latitude you can do a street view of the Eagle. Nobody was home at the time so no info. It's on route 443 just west of Chaple Drive and Blakeslee Blvd Dr. W. Not often to see a sedan. Pictures can be seen at
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