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

Wednesday, 19 April 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP253 Edmonton-CPR

Posted: N53° 30.852 W113° 29.654
My GPSr: N53° 30.853 W113° 29.654

Well j0ckser and I met again after work to see if we could find a couple more brass caps while there’s still time. After visiting Fort Edmonton Park, we head up to Old Strathcona area and stopped to take a look at both the big model of the Stanley Cup and the CPR cap. The day looked lovelier than it was for this time of year. It was nice and sunny, but there’s still a definite nip in the air. There’s been so much slushy rain/snow that this one was drowning. We scooped out a lot of water mopped up some more and it was still wet. There’s lots of traffic on this road at rush hour. I bet you they were wondering what we were doing. Thanks for the brass cap, ofth . That’s another one found.

BCP253 Edmonton-CPR with GPSrAfter all the rain and slush that we've had during this cold, rainy spring, this one was drowning. It took a lot of scooping to get to the brass cap and even then, the high water table kept filling in the hole.

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