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Found it j2d2 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 30 May 2009Alberta, Canada

[b]BCP334 - Limestone Mountain
N51° 56.290 W115° 25.844[/b]

This is the third time I have seen this cap, but first since it has become a official cap. It was a great day to up here, one of my favorite lookouts. The lookout person was up in the tower, I waved, she waved back. The cap is by the helicopter pad so there is no need to go the the building.
Then it was time to try out my ne finger kite, but the wind was too gusty, so the flight was short and eventful! As we were heading down, the wind picked up to impressive force.

TFTC

[This entry was edited by j2d2 on Sunday, May 31, 2009 at 7:13:15 PM.]

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