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Found it Strider's Ride found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Thursday, July 12, 2012Alberta, Canada

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N 56° 19.834 W 119° 58.288

BCP391 Boundary Lake

Another cap that's located well off the beaten path but we just couldn't resist taking the opportunity to find this interesting survey point. There is plenty of good scenery along the way including the Clear River valley and the road is good with only the last few miles requiring any travel on gravel.
This country belongs to the wild things and they are certainly prolific and noticeably big around here...the horseflies and bees and skeeters, etc. was all we encountered but not much would have surprised me in these parts.

TFTCap ofth

Heading to the cap.

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