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

Saturday, 30 October 2004Alberta, Canada

BCP063 - Calgary ( Calgary Tower )
N 51° 02.658 W 114° 03.786

I was taking pics for Jonah when suddenly my spidey senses told me that there was a geocache that was perfectly suited for me.

Ducking into an alley, I donned the lycra suit ( oh yeah baby, the feel of lycra ) and, GPSr firmly in hand, headed out.

However, on the way I had to take care of that pesky XRN95 ... oops, I mean the Green Goblin, who always beat me to a find. I actually saw him at the top and webbed him up against the torch for a while, that'll teach him to beat me to every cache! Base jump my a$$, he took the elevator down!

Was actually a bit confused at first because, hey, where was the cap? Then, because I had outforthehunt with me, bundled up like a cocoon, I just dangled him off the edge of the tower and used him as a yo-yo until he screamed the truth to me about the rod.

Back at home now, celebrating the evening developing some film. Yes, Peter Parker has a full life.

I'm off for the hunt for BCP063
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