"Thats a great link. I've used both of the first two methods and agree with the accuracy in that order. I've never had to resort to the third but its how i was initially taught to understand the concept of elevation. I started…"
"looks like some of my kin moved there and built a lake near ya... & it looks a lot like where i'm from... i actually came close to your area a few years back when i was debating how i was gonna get to Colorado without going though Dallas/…"
"agree with ya Charlie... guess i need to get a robot... and move to a better market if i keep this career... I should have got a license for the rainy days though... I used to grind through every extreme... umbrellas and flashlights... 20- 120F"
"well lawyers and their title work should trump us but they rarely go onsite... even lawyers will buy deeds without a survey and be surprised when the acreage can't be found... i wouldn't buy anything without a recent plat because i've…"
"well the county GIS system does give us some work by their mistakes from time to time... for instance, this guy calls us out because it looks like his sister's hair shop is over the line on the county's website, and this is out in the…"
"I find it funny that the general population thinks all you need is a cell phone to find property corners these days... and that foresters think they can use a submeter gps handheld in the middle of a dense forest using coordinates from a county GIS…"
"I say would 'no' to a one man crew unless its a construction projection with less 3 or less setups a day. I haven't run the robots but the few conversations i've had with folks made it sound like it would wear you out on…"
"well, I still don't understand how/why its worded the way that is... I can agree that if it was done the opposite way of my thinking, then you'd get the answer in the book... it would probably take me actually using a compass on a transit…"
"I still can't agree with the book. It states declination 16deg E and then +16 in the solution for the 1880 measurement.
then it states 4deg30' E as current magnetic declination but attributes a negative value in the solution...
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