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Old 06-16-2022, 05:17 PM   #6
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Yesterday I visited the Tri-County Marker in a bushwhack off the Oswegatchie traverse trail, west of Lows Lake. I came prepared with a tube of silicone cement because a number of years ago an old scouter(aka "Marmaduke") familiar with the area and with me, gave me a brass plaque for one of the counties that had fallen off. Rather than let it be stolen he gave it to me because he knew that I had been there prior to that and would return again one day as I use the location as a student guide M&C navigation training challenge. So I took a tube of sealant and replaced it at my next opportunity a year or so later. I am happy to report that as of yesterday it is still firmly in place, and no others have dropped off from the steel post they are attached to either.
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