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

Friday, 08 July 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP475 Rusyvia

A lovely rural setting, a weathered sign on the guide post and a very unique cap, our first square one! In excellent condition, numbers all clearly stamped, this is a beaut to find. Further down the road Mr Shark braked quickly and pulled over. We'd been enjoying the old barns and other rustic buildings along the way--there seem to be a lot of them in this area--but he had to stop for photos of this one. Mrs Shark happily humoured him. He later more than paid her back by spotting not one but several Wood Lilies, one of which was in its prime! She's been looking for them for three years and was very excited to find one near home a couple of weeks ago, even though it was a bit faded! Thanks for posting this great cap, a wonderful one for our 100th BCP!

What a cool cap!

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What a cool cap! What a cool cap!

Context, cap under flagging on ground Context, cap under flagging on ground

Rustic barn Rustic barn

A local family, the Buffleheads A local family, the Buffleheads

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