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Contents of the Capsule

On June 14th 2021, I burried a time capsule in amongst ten tonnes of hardcore at the end of my garden which would later become the concrete foundations of a log cabin.

Concrete has a lifespan of aproximately 100 years so sooner or later, the time capsule will be recovered by whoever owns the property at the time they come to remove it. A plaque inside the log cabin marks the location of the capsule.

The contents of this capsule were hastily compiled over a weekend in June. This post serves as a reminder of the date it was buried and what is inside it. This list was compiled several months after the burial of the time capsule so should be regarded as a very best guess, rather than a definitive list.

A handwritten note signed and dated by myself covers the lot. It ends:

We hope you have archived the technology to play, understand and make sense of these things, however many years into the future you unearth this capsule.

WITH HOPE,
ADAM STONER

The capsule contains:

All of that, plus a USB C solid state 1TB hard drive containing:

Spring Cottage (Grade II listed), Bishopstone
St Mary's Church (Grade I), Bishopstone
The view from the garden; Prince, Liz and Dad
View of the garden, April 2021
View from Uffington White Horse, a line of wind turbines in the distance