"I hope he didn't bid the job thinking it could be done in 4 days. And then 4 weeks later we had trees and topo lines on the map. I could only imagine how many trees and how steep the property was. Did you punch him?"
"I feel ya Charlie on the app thing... My insurance agent thinks you only need a cell phone to survey land... I will Google maps credit... it seems to be well within 20 foot accurate... I was amazed to be very far out and had decent cell coverage…"
"i still don't get the 'lath' usage... I've always heard that term used as support for mud walls prior to the mainstream abundance of sheetrock... The day after this thread started I heard it used by some canadian carpenters to…"
"Its what I used most for my calculations in the office. Autocad was always so much more than a land surveying program. The version i used had a few glitches that have probably been worked out by now. I had someone hold my hand for…"
"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…"
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