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Mount Albion Cemetery - OU09BE

 Visit The Orleans County Civil War Monument

Hidden by  Sabrefan7

N 43° 14.494' W 78° 09.383' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > New York
 Cache Type: Quiz
 Size: Small
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 16 May 2016
 Date Created: 16 May 2016
 Last Modified: 18 May 2016
 Waypoint: OU09BE


{{found}} 3 x Found
{{not_found}} 0 x Did Not Find
{{comment}} 1 Comments
0 Notes
0 Watchers
2885 Visitors
2 x Rated
Rated as: N/A
{{recomendation}} 1 Recommendation
GeoKrety History

Available Maps: Opencaching,Google Maps

Cache Attributes

Kid Friendly In the Woods Historic Site Limited Hours Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   

The listed coordinates will take you to the gate for the main entrance to Mount Albion Cemetery. The cemetery was opened Sept. 7 1843. An auction was held and $1000 was raised to purchase the original 25 acres. The cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. It contains many fine examples of Medina Sand Stone Architecture. The main gate, Chapel and the monument you need to find, The Civil War Monument.   Once you find the monument you must then look for a bench mark disc.
The disc has two sets of dates stamped into it.

N 43.14.34X

W 078.09.16X

For the NORTH (X) will be the LAST number of the first (older) date

For the WEST (X) will be the SECOND number of the 2nd date

The cache is a decon container  located a short walk into the woods.
You may only look for the cache wile the cemetery is open. Normal hours are 9 am till Dusk . Most likely not winter friendly.  Good luck and enjoy.

Additional Hints   Decrypt

Vs lbh pnag pyvzo gur fcveny fgnve pnfr ybbx urer sbe gur qngrf



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Log Entries    {{found}} 3x {{not_found}} 0x {{comment}} 1x      New Log Entry

1 10 June 2017 sweethoneybee517 Found it

I found this cache looking for a multi at mout Albion cemetery. It is within 49 feet of a cache hidden there

1 14 August 2016 Atmospherium Found it

I've visited Mt Albion many times over the years. I have some ancestors buried here, so I stopped to see them after finishing my caching business. Thanks!

3 26 June 2016 Mr.Yuck Comment

Hello, CC, so nice to hear from you! As webmaster, I surf the latest logs on this site several times a week. Contrary to popular belief, we are not dead, and are very happy with the traffic on this site. In the warmer months, there are well over 100 unique visitors a day. The standard view on Google Analytics is the last 30 days, and without fail, we have visitors from all 50 States every month; including like North Dakota and Vermont and shit. We also have, on an average in warmer months, 60 people a week that join. A day doesn't go by that someone doesn't create an account here. Even though Geocaching itself peaked on Google trends in 2011, and new cache placements are down everywhere in the world three years in a row now, we're not going anywhere. Especially since we have a new Canadian Web hosting company that charges us less than $200 a year, 1/3 of what we used to pay.

Sorry, I didn't make a 60 mile round trip to Orleans County, which I'm rarely in, to find this cache. Which sounds awesome, I get to climb that tower again? One of these days.

1 24 June 2016 Recommendation Cayuga Crew Found it

I started the morning cleaning up a pile of e mails I had never filed or deleted from my swollen in-box when I spotted a month old notice announcing the publication of this cache on the Opencaching site way back on May 16th. I’ll be honest and say I kind of wanted to hit the delete button but relented and hit the link to the cache page to reread the description one more time. I guess that’s all it took as I decided to take a minor detour while passing through Orleans County this afternoon. I’ve visited the location before and remember logging the benchmark a decade ago but planned to make the climb one more time to verify to dates on the geodisk. Unfortunately there were a few families at the monument who didn’t appear to be in any hurry to leave and rather than barge through the group outing I relied on the hint to get the info I required. I took the longer than expected walk to the zero and began the search. There were numerous places to hide a decon container in the general area but the coords were good enough to eliminate many of them and I was eventually able to make the find. I guess I’ll skip the sarcastic comments feigning surprise when I found a virgin log more than a month after publication but really one would think a opencacher fervent enough to make his wheels a moving cache via the magical application of a sticker would have rolled the pride of the opencaching fleet a bit east to hunt for this new cache. I know I’ve suggested that Opencaching if not dead is certainly in need of life support but I do appreciate the efforts of Sabrefan to provide resuscitation by dropping in a new cache every once in a while. So to him I say thanks for placing a real cache out there for me to find. To the rest of you who claim unwavering allegiance to the site but fail to support others who share your passion I say PFFFFFFFFTTTT!

12 18 May 2016 DudleyGrunt OC Team comment

Approved!  Thanks for the cache!