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Found it Mr. Speedy found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, 15 January 2006Alberta, Canada

N 53° 33.307 W 113° 23.111

BCP254 - Rundle Height

After my fourth visit to this "Christmas" cap I finally found it! (Ok, I have to thank Bush Creatures for spotting this one). With the metal detector, I found a number of caps here -- beer bottle caps, that is. Turns out coordinates are excellent (as always with Brass Caps) and the cap is painted orange. How could I have missed it before??? I should have trusted the GPSr, but I'm sure I did... And came up empty more than once. Arrrg!

Good thing we found it relatively quickly as the goat in the truck couldn't wait to get home!

Mr. Speedy

BCP254 - Rundle Heights with the GPSr
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