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Found it Cap'n Cache & Lt. Geo found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, 20 May 2005Alberta, Canada

BCP201 - Turner Valley

Ok, I'm pretty sure I found this one, I'll wait until outforthehunt confirms. Using the GPSr and the hints brought me to a depression in the pavement near the edge of the road just outside the golf course. Checking the depression further showed that it was a hardpacked earth filled hole. Using a handy screwdriver in my car I dug down into the hole. And down, and down and down. Eventually I reached 1/2 of what looked like a brass cap. It appears like the paving crew "missed" in their hole and left about half the cap exposed and the other half covered in pavement. I couldn't get any numbers from the cap, and wasn't entirely sure it was the cap, but seeing a nice regular semi-circular edge of something makes me think it is. Then a guy from the golf course drives by in a golf cart and asks me what we were doing. When I explained he told me that's exactly where the survey guy last year had his equipment set up. So I'm thinking this is it. Let me know if it's not. Pics attached.

BCP201?
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