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

Sunday, 23 April 2017Alberta, Canada

I found BCP102 Lethbridge.

My mom and I had breakfast and then checked out of the hotel before picking up one of her teammates for the bowling tournament. We got to the bowling alley and we were still a little while before the games started so I decided to see if I could grab the other 4 caps I needed in town. My GPS wanted to take me the wrong way to this one and it ended up in a deadend. I quickly figured out the proper way to the cap and went that way. There were a lot of ball games going on already this morning. I was pretty surprised because our league doesn't start for a few more weeks.

I left the parking lot and started walking on the paved path, after a little bit I looked at my GPS. It was pointing the opposite direction, I looked over and saw a lath standing tall, well I guess that's where the cap is. Backtracked a little and found the cap. A cool view of the ball diamonds from here. Thanks for another great cap. TFTBC

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