Use this handy form to generate customized images from the very cool TerraServer:
Add any Latitude/Longitude within the US. Must be in decimal format. Areas outside the US are not covered.
The Grid option draws lines along the specified latitude and longitude, effectively placing a crosshairs at the coordinates. It also displays the coordinate numbers near the image borders, which is handy for future reference.
Plan to print? The grayscale images are often too dark to print out well. Lightened with an image editor, they're much better. Use proportions that match the aspect ratio and/or size of the printable area of a sheet of paper. 1024x768 is about right to completely fill a letter-size page.
Images generally date from the late 80s to the late 90s. Where I've checked, those of the Lake Chelan, WA area date mostly from 1998 and appear to have been taken in summertime. Data source: US Geological Survey. Online provider: Microsoft's TerraServer USA.