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Drift

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Dec 7, 2018
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Peoria, IL
I think you're on the right track with that ID. Welcome to the forum! That's a beautiful bottle. I would definitely keep checking that creek. If you see any ravines leading into it while walking next time, eye them for glass. I've found a bunch of dumps that way.

Edit: I recognize your avatar bottle from Reddit! Glad you decided to join us here.
 

creekcapers

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Sep 14, 2020
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I think you're on the right track with that ID. Welcome to the forum! That's a beautiful bottle. I would definitely keep checking that creek. If you see any ravines leading into it while walking next time, eye them for glass. I've found a bunch of dumps that way.

Edit: I recognize your avatar bottle from Reddit! Glad you decided to join us here.
Ha! Yup, that's me. Glad to be here!

The creek is starting to get a little too cold for me to dig - hoping for another couple of warm days. Once the fall hits, I'm plannning to trace the creek up to the next block of homes. It's pretty wild, a tiny segment of creek in the middle of a relatively well developed suburban area but it seems pretty untouched based on what I'm pulling up with minimal effort!
 

falls

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Jul 22, 2012
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Was on this site back in 2003. I remember the conversations about capers bottles and what a caper was. Lots of input at the time from Harry.
 

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