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

Monday, 30 November 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP317b - Calgary ( Heritage Park Replacement )
N50° 58.937 W114° 06.338

I figured that I'd get to this cap this season. Heritage Park's 12 Days of Christmas ( or whatever they call it now ) opened today
so for a mere ~$3 ( thanks Safeway ) I was in the park with my family. Made it quickly to ground zero with two of
my kids ( OK, they're adults now ) and grandkiddie "buster brass cap".

Made the find quickly and took a few pics before continuing our afternoon at Heritage Park, a fairly nice day to be outside.

Thanks!

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