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

Friday, 09 October 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP147 Fort MacLeod
N49° 43.632’’ W113° 24.440’

Mrs BVPete and I headed over to the Fort MacLeod area today trying to escape the very wintery weather in Waterton National Park. The roads were still in poor shape from the blizzard last night but definitely improving. There weren’t any firefighters around so it was a quick find without having to explain what I was doing to anyone. I have not come across this type of measurement station before and I must say it seems a strange place to have this type of station. Now, back to our chilly campsite in Waterton to await the arrival of the rest of the family for the long weekend celebrations!

Thanks for posting this cap ofth, an interesting cap in an interesting spot. The cap markings are covered by Ripley, in his new coat.

The cap shot.
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