>This [surveying] used to be my line. I just want to say that there is nothing >unusual about representing the length of a boundary course to the >nearest hundredth of a foot, no matter how large or irregular the >parcel is. In fact, it is the standard everywhere I have worked in >the United States. > >If those dimensions came from a deed description or a plat, then they >are probably accompanied by bearings. Include those with the >description and it is likely that someone here can help. I say >"likely" out of optimism, not confidence. Deed descriptions are often >written by people who are not surveyors and have no understanding of >the geometry they are putting on record. > > Kunkel
Thank you for this information. I hope that it helps Darlene, too.