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Found it Strider's Ride found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 02 June 2012Alberta, Canada

N 53° 50.480 W 113° 24.093

BCP579 Lily Lake Road

Apparently summer road construction season is now officially underway in the province as being detoured due to roadwork turned out to be the theme for today's outing. As such, I found myself well behind the general schedule located in the back of my mind, arriving here around suppertime with plenty of road still in front of me before the day was done.

GZ for this cap was situated over on the far side and in the NW corner of a sports field. Someone had decided that this was a good location to throw a big pile of branches, roots and general tree debris, which came from who knows where. It really didn't look promising but a search of the area revealed the location of the cap reasonably quickly. I used the trowel a bit and cleaned the cap up a bit and got some photos. I didn't have the flagging tape with me but grabbed some context shots of the area and the clue was very accurate for me, 3m east of GP.

Cap find #400.

TFTCap ofth

BCP579

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BCP579 BCP579

Context shot looking west. Context shot looking west.

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