Responding to post on another thread.
And I think he was at Lakes Edge when he took shelter from heavier rains. It coincides with the bank videos at 6:39 where the windshield wipers were not on intermittent but consistently moving IIRC.
You are correct on wiper movement. I just checked.
There was also a vehicle at the ATM at 5:40 with no wiper movement. And in the 7-11 video, there is a car pulling into a parking space with no wiper action. So no rain at all until after Martin left the 7-11, consistent with Dee Dee.
All of this is contingent on the time stamps being correct. Have the time stamps on the 7-11 video ever been confirmed?
I'm looking at some Google Earth street views of the north side of Lakes Edge. They were taken in April of 2011, so almost a year before the shooting.
The entrance to Lakes Edge is about 900 ft. east of the 7-11. An average walking pace is about 300 ft./minute, so Martin might be reaching the entrance around 6:32.
The vehicle gates were open at the time of the photo. They are set well back from Rinehart Rd. The fencing here is well hidden by bushes, but it must bend to follow the entry road as far as the gates. The entry road is flanked by sidewalks on both sides. There must be pedestrian gates hidden by palm trees.
There's a little structure between the lanes of the entry road. It could be a shack for a human guard.
This place is prettier than RATL, and I'll bet more expensive. I wonder how its Neighborhood Watch is doing.
The fence doesn't look very high, maybe chest or shoulder height, and I don't see barbed or razor wire. There's a gap in the fence about 300 ft. east of the entrance, leading to a carport. Martin might be reaching it around 6:33.
After another 80-90 ft. the fence angles away from the road. After another 80 ft. or so there is another gap in the fence, then a 40-50 ft. section of fence. Another 60 ft. on, and there is a perpendicular row of bushes that may be hiding a fence between Lakes Edge and Colonial Village.
By this point, Martin might have another minute or two before the rain started, more if he was walking faster than I've conjectured. Colonial Village would be as accessible as Lakes Edge.