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Found it dronnord found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Monday, 22 September 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP 159

Edmonton
N53° 32.022 W113° 30.397
No GPS available inside the bldg.
Alberta Legislature

cc21 and myself were strolling around the leg grounds yesterday. it was a very awesome fall day with temps reaching 28 degrees celsius at around 3 PM.So we decided to do a tour f the parliament Buildings legislature Grounds. They have tours there every hour on the hour. No need to be shuntered out by security gaurds. this tour was very entertaining and full of knowledge. And the best part. You get a cap at the very end of it.
The bolt that is the cap is also known as the "Magic Spot". Enjoy this tour and thanks to OFTH for a very cool side trip and another smiley(also for taking this cap out of the archives)

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