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

Sunday, 07 September 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP667 Riversong:

Because I'm not BVPete, who, I'm told can never resist a good hill to walk up, I decided to park behind the sign at the top of the hill so that it was almost a flat walk to the cap. I had both my older Oregon 550 as well as a brand new Oregon 650 and both took me right to this cap. The elevation as shown on both Garmins was not quite the elevation as indicated for this cap but then, neither of the Garmins have been properly calibrated. There sure are some nice views from this cap location so thanks for bringing me here.

A nice view from BCP667

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A nice view from BCP667 A nice view from BCP667

Another nice view from BCP667 Riversong Another nice view from BCP667 Riversong

The two Garmins at BCP667 The two Garmins at BCP667

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