When does the weather bring you back to the office?  When it's snowing?  When there's lightning?  When is it too hot, cold, windy, or otherwise not worth your effort for the day?   When do you call it quits in the field? When does it become dangerous, and when is it just not cost-effective to continue?

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When I was employed as a government surveyor there was a journal to be filled by the surveyor,which has about 20 Columns,one is the "weather"
It was the surveyors attitude towards the work to report the day with slight shower as "rainy" and skip the day as we were paid monthly!
Ofcorse i will never abandond the work due to bad weather
If there is a god governing the disasters he will safeguard you if your Attitude is correct!!


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