Where did the big canyon go?

Where did the big canyon go?

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Washington, DC

#1 Mar 21, 2011
I lived in the Olympia? area of Universal City when I was a young kid i the early 1980's. I thin Olympia might be the name of the area, all the streets had greco roman names and the name Olympia is associated with a lot of things in the area.

Anyway... I've been looking at Google Earth lately and marking places I lived as a kid, as well as places of other significance. I'm at a loss trying to find this massive canyon my friends and I used to play in. It was located at the edge of all the housing development and a short walk through the woods.

There is no sign of anything like that on Google earth. I know I'm not crazy LOL. What I do see in the approximate area is a golf course. Did they fill the canyon in and now it's a golf course? If anyone knows please leave a comment.



San Antonio, TX

#2 Jul 3, 2011
You must be talking about the forum.
It was wooded back then. I too used to go back there and ride dirt bikes and play. It is now a strip center shopping mall called the forum.

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