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

Saturday, 21 August 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP489 - Flying Dutchman
N50° 02.316 W110° 41.503

First of all, we NEVER PAINTED THE CAP!!! Not sure how that rumor was started. It was found painted orange.

The toughest cap of the day, one of the toughest I've ever found ( BCP096 - U of A was prolly my toughest ) ... ahem, should've noted the hint.

Daddy RedRouge was the big man on this one. After MUCH compass sweeping and screwdriver probing, I was getting nothing. I was getting tired when Daddy RedRouge asked to use my compass. Stood around for a big then noticed Daddy RedRouge busy on one spot ... saw some orange! Then man found it!!!

Woohoo, we were happy guys! I would've hated to leave this one unfound.

A proud Daddy RedRouge

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"The goods" "The goods"

Just off the end of the sidewalk ... oops no hint! Just off the end of the sidewalk ... oops no hint!

A proud Daddy RedRouge A proud Daddy RedRouge

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