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Found - washed away from Elbow River Flood

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I found a cache washed up on the bank of the Elbow River in Calgary after the flood. Using the map search it doesn't appear to have been originally placed near where I found it. I'm not paying for a membership... can someone locate it, and how do I let the next person where it ended up after the flood so they can find it in it's new location?

 

June 15 is the first log date by - Rusty??? (can't read the writing)

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Is there a cache name or GC number in the container somewhere? It could have washed quite a ways downstream. If it can be identified, the CO needs to know so he can replace it.

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Can you take a picture of the container and post it here? Please tell us where you located it (coordinates would be great, but any nearby reference point will do. Is the June 15th log for 2013? Are there any other signatures in the log book? Are there any trackable items - coins or small figures with a dog tag attached that have a tracking number on them?

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It might be The Pirate's Stash (GC2B1JD), which is a 1/2 litre Lock & Lock container. The cache had gone missing before the floods and was replaced by the cache owner on 12 June 2013. "Rustywa" was the one and only finder since then (on 15 June).

 

You can send a message to the cache owner via this page.

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