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RE: laser rangefinders

Subject: RE: laser rangefinders
From: Ian Brewster
Date: Dec 21 2007 09:42:33

<<Thank you Dom, I have two laser range finders, are you suggesting
therefore that I am doubly lazy????>>

I suppose it helps those less firm by plotting from a fix and easily
accessible point. No need to traipse up banks, across rivers, streams,
rough terrain.....but that's all the fun!! I remember one TO fell into a
hole whilst carrying out a small woodland survey, breaking his leg. Such
a device could have prevented this mishap and in the current climate I
expect this may be the next HASAWA / HSE requirement.

Ian

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