We hope you learn a little, maybe chuckle a bit in this first Funny.bytes -- an occasional look at the lighter side of BLM issues: The Public Land Survey System is a way of subdividing and describing land in the United States. But the original PLSS surveys were often marked by wooden stakes or posts, marks on trees, pits, piles of rock -- not the most permanent of markers. See what this can lead to, as BLM surveyors deal it in the present...
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