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Found it royal rogues family found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, 05 October 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP258 Calgary - Riley Park
N 51° 03.577 W 114° 05.170

The royal rogues daddy had work to do at home, and the royal rogues son requested an outing to his favourite train station, Sunnyside, with me today. We like walking around Kensington, and we picked this brass cap to find as our first of two caches today.

The find itself was quite easy. Someone has placed a wooden stake with a piece of pink flagging in the garden beside the cap. However, in these ground conditions the cap isn't too hard to spot at all, even in the absence of flagging. The cap itself is quite worn with gouges, and only a few numbers are legible. The royal rogues son enjoyed being silly for a picture near GZ before we headed off to find a nearby CCARF14 cache and grab some Starbucks. TFTBCC!

royal rogues mama

royal rogues son having some fun
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