The Google Earth KMZ file for these tracks is here
The violet line is what I got title to, the cyan lines are earlier surveys. The bigger cyan plot was a survey never used in any deed as far as I know.
But now I've discovered NACsels so I've plotted my land using them. Here is the Southeast corner as an example. If you want to explore this in Google Earth here is the KML file. UPDATE: in this version you can click the boundary of the NACsel to view the NAC. UPDATE and in this version just mouse over to view NAC. It is, for me anyway, interesting to contemplate whether using NACsels for a legal description of plots of land has any advantages over using metes and bounds in this modern age. Anyone for a GPS device which can use NACs to show where you are?
And now I have a Perl program which fills up the whole thing with the minimuim number of NACsels. Here's the KML. If you mess with your Google Earth UI controls before it's done flying in, things may go wrong. Strange. Maybe it's just my slow Internet connection, but it is a big KML file -- 259790 xml lines and almost 9MB. Let me know if you're interested in the Perl code.