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

Saturday, 25 December 2004Alberta, Canada

BCP169 - Calgary (Silver Springs 2)
N 51° 05.628 W 114° 10.784

Found around 2:50 PM.

After coming back from a DNF on this cap, eating, then coming out of a tryptophan-induced coma, I saw reastick's log on his success.

I was so impressed with his skills with the pen, not unlike Mr. Poe, that I went out once again in search of BCP169.

This time it took only a few minutes to find, mostly because I'm guessing that reastick uncovered the cap a bit, maybe blew the snow off the cap, it was that ground-level!!! My mistake the first time was that I spent most of my time east of the trail and only a few minutes on the west side ... !!!

Anyway, took a couple of pics, note that Stash n' Dash's in one pic ( on his way to his next home ), and down I went!

p.s. It was much nippier out this time around, and it was only three hours after I was here the first time ... brrr. Lots of people out though.

Pic #1, with GPSr, compass and Stash n' Dash

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Pic #1, with GPSr, compass and Stash n Pic #1, with GPSr, compass and Stash n' Dash

Just the cap Just the cap

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