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

Friday, 13 February 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP428 Elbow Valley Wetlands
N51° 00.521’ W114° 11.272’ (My GPSr’)

This was cap #1 of 4 today. I drove in to Calgary on Hwy 8 this morning and parked in the eastern most Griffith Woods P/L. I now know that I could have reduced my hike by 1 km each way, but what the heck, it was a nice day for a walk. No digging or ice chipping was required to find this well exposed cap. I wonder if the angle shown would take you over to the similar cap in West Glenmore Park. If that’s the case I wonder where the angle shown on that one would take you; I suppose to a long lost DND survey marker down in the wilds of Weaselhead. Thanks for posting this interesting cap ofth.

BCP428
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