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    DID YOU EVER BURY A CACHE?

    Just curious.
    I read a post recently, where the OP mentioned that he had buried some Wheat Pennies in a tin, when he was a kid. Thinking about that, I remembered how I buried a box of "Treasure ", when I was a kid. The "Treasure" consisted of a few pennies and some of my sister's costume jewelry. lol
    He did it. I did it. How about any of you guys?
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    No, but my dad buried some minie balls. Years after he died I went to see if they were still there. They weren't. He was a CW Centennial reenactor.
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    Not a real cache, but a time capsule rather.
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    My mom told me about some coins she buried when she was a kid in an old coffee can (this would be in the 1940's). She said she could never remember exactly where she buried it. Probably still there in old Metairie, LA on Carollton St.

    Unfortunately, a metal detector wouldn't do much good there as my grandfather used run a blacksmith shop out of his garage and in his later years he cut up old cars for scrap metal. Likely lots of slag everywhere.
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    Never buried one yet. I do want to at some point. Just for fun.

    My Grandfather buried a jar with a few pennies and costume jewelry when he was a kid. We have all looked for it over the years, but at the time it was a field and was horse plowed. Since that time machinery goes a lot deeper and probably has it scattered.

    He claimed it was nothing special and showed us the approximate area, but there is so much trash in there from old burn piles and years of previous plowing with machines that we haven't found anything yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarBaby View Post
    Not a real cache, but a time capsule rather.
    Do you remember the contents and location.
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