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  1. James
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    Well the KML makes it look as though the property straddles the creek, instead of running up the hill on one side. A little disappointing. I’m surprised the GPS data would conform to clearly wrong placement in Google Earth.

  2. James
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    OK, in Google Earth, if you point the camera West and lower it well into the valley you can see that the creek doesn’t sit in the lowest part of the terrain. Fair enough, the bitmap’s not aligned with the geometry. But weirdly, the GPS track is actually a better fit for the image, not the height data, and it straddles where the creek should sit in the landscape. Check it out.

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