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

Thursday, 27 January 2011Alberta, Canada

BCP514 Stonehenge
N51° 02.709’ W114° 10.697’

I went to the big city today to get some parts for my snowshoes (I am hard on those things). I acquired the parts from MEC and headed home via Strathcona, where I knew a cap was just waiting to be found by me. Unlike previous finder’s and helped by soaring temperatures, I didn’t have any trouble popping the top off, one finger aided by a screwdriver did the job. That cap hole is deep, the length of my arm, it was good that it wasn’t any deeper as I still had to remove a few inches of ice from the top of the cap. I acquired my photo and then explored the “Henge”, a very interesting park!

Thanks for the cap ofth, the numbers are covered by a “Forest Creature

The cap shot.

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The cap shot. The cap shot.

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