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

Tuesday, 20 November 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP580 Bellevue
N49° 34.602’ W114° 21.813’

Takin it Easy and I took a drive south today with the primary goal of locating the remaining 3 SRA Challenge series of caches. Of course, I was not going to miss the opportunity to capture this cap on the same trip! I had been thwarted a few weeks ago when we were returning from Grand Forks BC by the southern route and drove into a nasty blizzard just as we entered Blairmore. Mrs BVPete and I had actually driven up to the obvious parking spot but I decided it wouldn’t be wise to leave the road in the focus into thick wet slush. The storm was strengthening as well, so that attempt was terminated and we continued our slow white knuckle journey home to Cochrane. Today was very different as the snow was gone, we were in TiE’s Sequoia and there was just a bit of a drizzle going on. The cap was a quick find, the photos were taken and off we went to find a SRA cache at Phillips Lake.

Thanks for posting this cap ofth, much appreciated.

Cap photo.

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Searching for the cap. Look down TiE. Searching for the cap. Look down TiE.

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