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

Friday, April 1, 2011Alberta, Canada

BCP518 Mission
N51° 01.880’ W114° 03.854’

I was taking my 88 year old Mother for a ride around town today and decided to engage her in a little capping expedition. A “capping with Mom “ adventure, so to speak. She was a good sport and walked over to the manhole to pose for a photo! After that photo I spent some time trying to bail out the cap well, but met with limited success as the inflow was only slightly less than the outflow. However, I did get it down enough to get a fuzzy photo of the very beaten up cap.

Thanks for the cap ofth, only a few blocks from where all 3 of my children were born.

Capping with my 88 year old Mother!

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Capping with my 88 year old Mother! Capping with my 88 year old Mother!

The fuzzy cap shot. The fuzzy cap shot.

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