SkydiverBC Posted May 6, 2002 Share Posted May 6, 2002 I visited a CBN Survey Marker today and was not expecting what I found. A concrete pillar (formed by one of those cardboard tubes) with a stainless steel plate mounted into the concrete at the top. It stood about 5 feet high and had a threaded nipple in the middle of the plate. Can someone tell me why this would be in Campbell River (what makes us so special, its the only one on Vancouver Island) and how its used? The area is mostly surrounded by trees with a gap facing North. Any info would be appreciated. This might help http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/site/987013.pdf Thank-you. I want to die like my grandfather did, peacefully in his sleep. Not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car. Quote Link to comment
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