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

Saturday, April 8, 2017Alberta, Canada

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N 52° 57.575 W 114° 01.447

BCP619 Westerose, 881m

This was the most interesting cap of the day. I needed rubber boots to cross the ditch to access the cap; the hole was filled with water and needed to be bailed out; this didn't work well enough so I widened the hole to take the water; then got some fresh water from the ditch to clean the cap; it started snowing; took the required information and returned everything to its place and headed back for the dry warmth of the cachemobile. Thanks for the adventure, OFTH.

BCP619 in the hole

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