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

Friday, November 21, 2008Alberta, Canada

BCP185 Calgary – Oakridge

N50° 58.674’ W114° 08.280’

I had a bit of trouble finding this one due to snow, half frozen ground and many suspicious holes in the vicinity of GZ. However, the trusty compass narrowed down the search area and my folding knife made a nice probe to locate the cap beneath a couple of inchs of muck. I would also like to thank the many dogs who dropped by to see what I was doing and join me in digging and general hole examination activities. Their humans were also interested, so I had lots of practice with my "What are doing explanation speech". I even met an old surveyor who told me some interesting stories of working in the north without the use of any fancy modern equipment. Thanks for posting this cap ofth, all those dogs and I had a good time.

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