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

Saturday, 12 September 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP337 Hawrelak Park South
We couldn't of had a nicer day for geocaching with the Black Sharks in Edmonton today! We appreciated their organizing our trip and expert driving to find BCPs and geocaches. 14 hours of laughs and Smilies were shared and great memories were made!
We drove to the other side of Hawrelak Park after finding the North Cap. The temperature was reaching 27C at this point and we were all starting to feel the heat as we walked up to the cap. We found the cap at the top of a little hill. We walked past people having picnics enjoying what could quite possibly be the last hot day of summer. We soon headed back to the comfort of the Black Sharks air conditioned cache mobile. :) Thankyou for bringing us to the park Outforthehunt.

Our smilie on the south side of Hawrelak Park

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Our smilie on the south side of Hawrelak Park Our smilie on the south side of Hawrelak Park

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