My corner of small town America, deep in the heart of darkest Minnesota. You’re seeing part of Sauk Centre’s south side, about halfway between the Interstate and downtown.
This almost-live webcam may take a few seconds to load. When it does, it’ll probably show whatever was ‘live’ the last time you used it. That’s what happens on my system.
To see what’s happening now, I click the ‘play’ icon, let the ‘replay’ start, refresh the page and click ‘play’ again.
Maybe there’s another, less-irksome way.
If there is, I haven’t found it. I’m also looking for an alternative to the YouTube service I’m using, and that’s another topic.
If the webcam is offline, I will have it working again as soon as I can. Depending on what happened, that could take minutes, days — or longer.
I’d call this a ‘live stream,’ but at best it’s what the webcam sent a few seconds ago.
YouTube’s service, this blog’s WordPress software and my computer’s system cooperate: but at an unhurried pace.
If you’re fed up with this page, but still want to see Sauk Centre, try viewing my YouTube Live Stream: Brian Gill Live Stream. (“My corner of small town America: Sauk Centre, Minnesota”)
Sauk Centre is on Interstate 94, halfway between Minneapolis and Fargo, North Dakota. The webcam looks north and west from a window near my desk.