Here is another area I hiked through during a rainstorm so I didn't spend much time there to look around and didn't take any photos of the area but I hope to make it there for a more thorough scouting this year.
We use some program that we download our waypoints to and it saves them on a separate file that we can look at with topo maps and aerial photos. I can't remember if it's delorme mapper or something called basecamp. We use both and they are on my parents computer. It's pretty handy. Especially if I go somewhere and want to send the waypoints I make to one of there gps's. It's a lot faster than sending them individually.
To save way points on your computer and not lose everything google maps works great. You sign into google. Go to google maps. Click on My Maps and make your own map marking trails or roads or water holes. Its great. You can bring up the map on any computer with your sign in.
I was doing some scouting on google earth today and found elk. I was pretty excited. We hunted the other side of the ridge last year and had a lot of elk around. And we thought we would try the side I found these elk because it seemed all the elk were either going to or coming from where I found these. Looks like I should be cooking in Crisco this year
I'm not sure of the year. But it has snow cover and is pretty green, so I would guess in July or so. We have a cabin around that area and almost every year we go sledding in July up on the top of the mountains.