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Found it Judy-Wan Kenobi found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, 24 September 2004Alberta, Canada

N 51° 05.706 W 115° 20.521

BCP117 - Canmore

It had been a long day - leaving Nakusp in the morning, and heading back home after a week's vacation in the West Kootenays. Hit Canmore about supper time. Decided to dine there. Afterwards, read the clue for this cap, and decided it was probably an easy find - I mean, it refers to the intersection of Palliser Trail and Silvertip Trail - that must make it in a residential section, right?!? Not!!! The description also said that we should follow an existing bike trail - that would be the paved thing that we see adjacent to the street, right?!?! Not!!! See that hill? See that incredibly steep rough gravelly (scree-y) path that only an insane biker (or a teenager) would ride down? It's up there! And we're going to climb it on a full stomach? You betcha!! Cuz we're champion brass cap finders! And that's what we do. Cap was easy to find, hard to get to, and harder to get back to the car. Not that there's any convenient parking place nearby at all... But it was fun, as usual. TFTC OFTH

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