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Looks like LIDAR is NOT free yet or very available. One website wants like $18,000 for a custom LIDAR Map, payable via

Paypal....OUCH?

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I had a friend that use to work for some geological services company. He showed me lidar data before. That is some cool imagery. You can really see old water ditches that went to old diggings and pockets that were dug up. Alot of this stuff is covered in thick brush now. But lidar picks it up. Very expensive stuff. I wish it was free

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