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The Survey Continues: More Corners Found

Justin Ness and the talented surveyors at GDA Engineers in Cody continue to make great progress as they perform a boundary survey at the New Mount Carmel.

Each day new corners are identified and recorded.  As GDA discovers new corners, the Foundation and the monks get to see a new part of the ranch.

What a beautiful, magnificent property this truly is!  Right in the heart of God's country here in big, wonderful Wyoming!  How blessed the Foundation is to have this property under contract and to be planning to build a Carmelite Monastery for the dedicated Carmelite Monks and their many young novices!

At each corner Justin hammers a medal stake with coordinates on it . . .

. . . and a white post to flage the stake that also has coordinates.

The last survey was done in 1907! Thank you to Justin and Robert for their work.