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Offline kaloy

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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #45 on: June 29, 2018, 06:41:56 PM »
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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #46 on: June 29, 2018, 08:22:44 PM »
the scale is 5mm is to 2ft not 5mm:1ft.

topography wise, the creek is at elevated position than trees B and C.
the creek cuts the slope horizontally. the slope runs east to west.
facing downstream which is north, the area at your right is a flat land.
i'm telling this to give more perspective to the decoders.
burrowing at the side of the creek and placing the object at the center of the creek is a Japanese repertoire and this idea troubles me a lot because it is hard to operate.
 or if the object is placed at the downslope side of the creek (the other side is more elevated), could it be possible that they dug the creek (dry during summer) and burrow to the lower side so when they retrieve it, they just break the thinner wall and bingo? hope somebody could share some of his experiences about this matter.
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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #47 on: June 30, 2018, 08:15:39 PM »
Your YT site isn't as simple as you think. Complex engineering was applied there and expect multiple loads around the area. There were planted trees long time ago and now are missing. There was a tree in between the tree A to tree C along the side of the creek. Anyway lets just use the existing trees but please specify what kind of tree in A, B and C. Standing between tree B and tree C while facing the east, what kind of tree is in there at the distance of 100 meters more or less?
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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #48 on: June 30, 2018, 09:38:31 PM »
Your YT site isn't as simple as you think. Complex engineering was applied there and expect multiple loads around the area. There were planted trees long time ago and now are missing. There was a tree in between the tree A to tree C along the side of the creek. Anyway lets just use the existing trees but please specify what kind of tree in A, B and C. Standing between tree B and tree C while facing the east, what kind of tree is in there at the distance of 100 meters more or less?


Tree A= santol. existing but only the grown shoot. main trunk was cut down long ago.
Tree B= madre cacao. a lot boundary post during the war but had grown to an old tree at present. still existing, the one i posted in page 1 of this thread.
Tree C= mango. not existing but i had seen it when it was still there. this is the tree i mentioned with a hole.

standing bet. B and C facing east there is no tree. plain riceland.
there are no other trees bet A and C. only bamboos. but there is another "puntod o tuod ng madre cacao" beside the creek near the line A-C.

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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #49 on: July 01, 2018, 01:41:14 PM »
[standing bet. B and C facing east there is no tree. plain riceland.
there are no other trees bet A and C. only bamboos. but there is another "puntod o tuod ng madre cacao" beside the creek near the line A-C.]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


That's it, thanks!
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Re: of hill and tree
« Reply #50 on: July 01, 2018, 02:44:40 PM »
i'm gettin' excited man, keep it comin'...