Land Surveying Ethics is a discussion forum for issues involving ethics in the practice of Land Surveying. Every Land Surveyor has faced or will face an ethical problem or concern. This is where we air it out and compare notes. What is or is not ethical is sometimes a matter of law, sometimes a matter of opinion, but always a matter of morality.See More
"Hello Richard, How've you been. Got your email messages but not sure about the sites, not currently looking for "The Great Whale" Herman Melville...hm hm hm...hope things are well with you in Tarkwa.
Hi Richard, Sorry I did not respond quicker, I was in King Cove Alaska and there is very limited internet service. I just got back yesterday and waiting for my gear to show up... I look forward to hearing about your area.
How are you? I believe my computer is not allowing to "chat". But I am very interested in hearing about you, Ghana and how you survey in Ghana. I am currently preparing for a registration exam,putting in a lot of study. I am married and we have two sons,23 and 11, their birthdays are coming up. I grew up in a cold weather place in the Northeast of the US. I like everything about surveying, especially exploring different areas and different types of geography. If you get a chance, write. Got to study,God be with you, Paul
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