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

Saturday, 15 August 2009Alberta, Canada

N 53° 33.465 W 118° 00.838

BCP153 - Moberly Ranger Station
Elev. 1327 metres

The road north from the main intersection was fairly rough and very narrow, and I'm glad I didn't meet anyone coming the other way. Someone still uses this meadow for something; there were many, many, many tire tracks in the grass. Campers perhaps? In any case, there was no sign that there once was a building here. I spotted the MP right away, and the above ground cap shortly thereafter. It's in very good shape with only a few very minor marks on its surface. As it was nearing sunset on a rainy day, there wasn't much in the way of views, but it was still a pretty and quiet spot. Thanks for the cap in the country.

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