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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, July 10, 2010Alberta, Canada

N 54° 07.420 W 111° 34.284

BCP393 - Ashmont
Elev. 645 metres

There's lots of room to pull onto the shoulder of the road near ground zero, and at least when I was there today, little traffic. Watch out when crossing the ditch, as it could be muddy, or even water filled, after a good rain. The marker post has taken a bit of a beating, and to a lesser extent, so has the cap. The cap is a little over a foot south of the post, and would be below ground except for the excavation work which seems to stand up well to the test of time. The face of the cap is marred by several tool hits, but all the digits are still readable (though clearer in the camera shot than they were at the site). Thanks for the brass cap!


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