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

Tuesday, 13 October 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP070 Beaumont - Replacement

In the hours since our first cap find today the wind had come up--really come up. The divot was immediately spotted and filled with fallen leaves. They were snatched away when lifted out of the hole; keeping more leaves from tumbling in while we dug the cap out better and took our photos...that was the challenge. We were exposing one side of the cap better when the neighbour from the west wandered over to see what we were doing. When we got to the part of the explanation about survey markers where they are helpful in building roads, etc, he said he wished they would build a road through the green space. We had no reply, surprised that anyone would prefer a road beside their house over a green space. He let us be and we continued digging and brushing and scooping out leaves. The cap has taken some heavy hits but only one number is obscured. Thanks for the cap and the cache, outforthehunt!

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