[Tagging] Waterway equivalent of noexit=yes?

Paul Allen pla16021 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 18:37:40 UTC 2020

On Wed, 12 Aug 2020 at 18:36, Tod Fitch <tod at fitchfamily.org> wrote:

> Not yet mapped, but my prototype case can be seen in the Bing Imagery with
> an area that collect water around 33.99268,-116.22239 and flows generally
> to the east and north only to dissipate around 33.06076,-116.06077.

There's water there?  It looks like the surface of Mars.  I can see subtle
but I'd hesitate to call them water from Bing imagery alone.  Could be deer
for all I can tell.

> The collection area is no problem nor is the ephemeral waterway until
> about 33.03910,-116.099138 where it start bifurcating into smaller and
> smaller channels which eventually disappear.

Either I'm looking at the wrong place, or the USGS Topographic Map layer
things are somewhat different, at least in the rainy season.  It looks like
you have
a number of sinks and, generally north-east of the sinks, issues (as
Ordnance Survey
would call them), on intermittent streams (if I'm interpreting USGS symbols

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