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

Saturday, 26 July 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP434 Confederation Park

Our first brass cap find so I ask for some leniency and apologize beforehand if I do this wrong. If there are any issues, please let me know what I can to correct it. We were in the Confederation Park trying to find the rest of the caches in the area so I thought it would be fun if we could find our first brass cap as well.

In retrospect, this probably wasn't a good first cap to look for. The coordinates were pretty much dead on and it only took a few minutes of looking to find it. It was mainly covered by some grass clippings and dust. I washed it down but the cap itself was still unreadable so I can't really provide any numbers to you. The only proof I have is my GPSr next to the cap and a view from the cache. They're building a new house right across the street from the cap. I hope that is enough proof. TFTBC.

Hopefully our future cap logs will be easier. :)

GC43F3 BCP434 Confederation Park View of Cap

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