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swim season seems to be mostly over here as temperatures have dropped in recent days , did some poking around parks and in the woods in recent days and found some items


this lot I found in a busy highway roadside park , a lot of bush and trees to hide things

- clearly Canadian alpine fruit and berries flavour bottle from 90's , haven't found one of these for a few years , never seen this flavour either

- pepsi smaller 280 ml aluminum can , 2 rusty unidentifiable cans , 4 chateau club soda cans ( seen chateau in cola and ginger ale but never club soda ) , 3 cplus orange cans rusted and a diet coke

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I found this in a wooded area , some stuff seems to have been tossed there for some reason years ago , due to exposure everything is pretty rusted by now

did however find several cans from the thin metal era ( late 80's early 90's ) that I haven't seen before , none are really worth keeping but I learned more about cans

- found pepsi 1 metal and an aluminum ,
coca cola can
orange crush
2 tropical punch Crush ( never seen this one before its the red can )
2 Canada dry tonic water ( haven't found before in this can )

Dr pepper ( first time I've found it in this type of can )

3 Yukon club - cola , was a store brand here but must of ended in early 90's ?

also found a Canada dry - club soda bottle cap , unsure of year but was attached to a broken clear bottle , was a lot of broken glass there , most amber/green beer bottles

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Like this one.
 

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no but doubt its from Canada , more than likely UK based on soldiers on bottle are from there
 

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also found this stuff , poked around some roadway embankments and wooded areas , found a couple spots where stuff had been dumped as there was rusty cans and glass jars but no soda's or anything good , was an odd plastic corn syrup bottle from quebec

the 2 green quarts on far right are broken on the back but was at an antique store recently and saw one like them that had been used for a local ginger ale not beer , it had a muskoka dry label on it and appeared authentic as it was badly worn

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Always weird seeing flat top cans with bar codes on them, I know that flat tops lasted pretty late for cheaper soda brands but I definitely don't think of the two as at all contemporary.
 

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Always weird seeing flat top cans with bar codes on them, I know that flat tops lasted pretty late for cheaper soda brands but I definitely don't think of the two as at all contemporary.

the chateau brand seemed to use the flat top much later than others , I think those cans are from the late 70's maybe or early 80's ? so there was bar codes by then
 

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