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

Monday, 12 November 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP600 Braeden’s Cap
N51° 02.990’ W114° 01.616’

Belated congratulations on the recent addition of Grandson #2, Braeden to your family OFTH! Mrs BVPete and I were in Calgary taking my Mother for lunch and a drive. Of course, I cleverly worked the cap into our planned scenic route. I parked in the little lot north of the cap and enjoyed a quick little walk to ground zero. I brushed a bit of snow of the cap and it was ready for its photograph. Then it was time to return to the car and resume our scenic drive. Mrs BVPete and I were also blessed with our 4th Grandchild, this one was the 1st Granddaughter, her name is Kierra and she was born in early July.

A downtown panorama

Additional Images Additional Images

A downtown panorama A downtown panorama

The cap photo. The cap photo.

Our new Granddaughter Kierra Our new Granddaughter Kierra

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