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re: Cost of a survey? (Updated with new quote) - rodnreel
[quote]That's because it's so damned hard to get a PLS. [/quote] In most states all you need is a college degree with a certain number of hours in surveying classes, a few years in training under a surveyor and pass the state boards. No bid deal. As in most Professional occupations today education...
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re: Go to south LA deer camp recioe - rodnreel
A beef or deer combined with a pork roast and gravy cooked in black iron pot and white beans over rice to me rings South La. hunting camp....
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re: Cost of a survey? (Updated with new quote) - rodnreel
The difference is insurance like medical, error & omissions, car, building and others like workman's comp. He already has most of that through his day job. We have a saying "often the most expensive survey is the cheapest at first, if you have to go to court." If you go with the cheapest pe...
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re: Cost of a survey? (Updated with new quote) - rodnreel
As a retired licensed surveyor I can't help with field work estimates but I can offer the following estimates of what I charged for a portion of a similar project 5 years ago. Record room research $750 to 1,5000 Plat for subdivision 2,500 to 4,000 planning and zoning appro...
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re: One, two or no power pole - rodnreel
I have 2 pp plus spot lock trolling motor and spot lock engines. I fish for reds, specks and snapper equally. For reds I usually fish the bank with dead shrimp on the bottom. The 2 PP allow me to be parallel the bank with no movement at all. I like to feel the fish nibble. I tried 1 PP and the s...
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re: Best way to drop 25 lbs. without exercising? - rodnreel
Earlier this year I met up with a friend at a hunting camp who I haven't seen in about a year. He lost 60# since I last saw him and was curious how he did it. He more or less followed the Keto plan, lots of protein, a little fat and very few carbs, sugar, fructose. You need to research high carb...
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re: Tried a simple red beans crock pot recipe - rodnreel
Is this for 1# of red beans?...
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re: Generator advice - rodnreel
Go the long term route, whole house. Most portable generator are not made to withstand the outside elements for very long and you shouldn't run them any where near the eves of the house. Many are not designed to run 24/7. Turn on everything in the house you want the generator to power and mea...
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re: Question for the folks with truck camper shells - rodnreel
I have one plus a bed slide wouldn't be without either. I have a new truck on order, should be here in late July early August and dealership wants the camper shell and bed slide gone when I trade it in. I'm getting both new ones on the new truck. My current one is red on a 2016 F-150 with a 6...
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re: How do y'all put up shrimp? - rodnreel
I used to head then freeze in water. A neighbor was at the house when I brought home 15# shrimp and he helped head, peel, devein then vacuum pack. I much prefer this because I find they last much longer and after they defrost they are ready to cook. I did the same think with left over cr...
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re: Looking for a fish taco recipe - rodnreel
I like to use a lime/cilantro slaw. https://midwestfoodieblog.com/5-minute-cilantro-lime-slaw/...
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re: Anyone using battery generator and solar for your camp - rodnreel
get a delta, fast recharging and some models allow a second battery to be added on if you need more power. there are several optional on solar. https://us.ecoflow.com/collections/delta-solar-generators...
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re: Finding boundary markers? - rodnreel
As a licensed surveyor the best answer is if it is that important get a professional to locate your corners or reset your corners. I have seen dozens of issues where the home owner did a DIY and was wrong costing thousands. This is one of those times where a little information can be dangerous and...
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re: Digging a Pond Advice - rodnreel
One problem few consider, you have to have sufficent runoff from around your pond into your pond to maintain certain water levels. ...
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re: Going Nuclear on Fleas - rodnreel
This is your only correct answer https://www.solutionsstores.com/demon-max-insecticide?gclid=CjwKCAiAsYyRBhACEiwAkJFKos979P5o4uZr7FgDmTeGNn8vhGo-a97mQmxHrgmiMc9Cxt1mpvWyshoC7SoQAvD_BwE#156=894...
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re: Question about dirt and building pads - rodnreel
My suggestion is to use the dirt to fill in low spots. Cost wise is a wash or could cost more to use the pool dirt for a house pad. Dirt for pads is usually "processed" at the pit which means chopping 6 inches of dirt into fine pieces and allowing it to dry. This might be done several times and c...
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re: Recommendations for Wooden Gun Cabinets - rodnreel
I have a converted armoire turned kinto a gun cabinet that is for sale. Holes 10 guns. Located in St. Mary Parish. I can send picture but don't know how to post picture here. ...
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re: Cajun Kooling evaporative coolers - rodnreel
We have owned one for 4 years and it is great. I recommend them. We have a sitting area under roof next to a shop and use it spring, summer and fall. Many will give you a physics lesson but the bottom line they work. I have a commerical ice machine and fill up the reservoir with ice or frozen...
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re: How Do I Go About Buying Land And Building A Home? - rodnreel
Once you find property that fit your needs check off a few more boxes. What flood zone is it in? What is it zoned are there any local goverment restrictions. What utilities are fronting or not fronting the property? Are there any easements that would severly impact building a home on the pro...
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re: Water Filtration system - rodnreel
I have this one an like it. I change filters twice a year. https://www.aquasana.com/under-sink-water-filters/claryum-3-stage/brushed-nickel-100236342.html...
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