BCP603 Bermondsey Cap
We were to be in Calgary this evening and we had an afternoon appointment, too. What to do with the time between? Well, a few carefully chosen caps would fill the time [i]and[/i] allow us to show up for our evening unadorned with those common telltale signs of recent caching fun: cobwebs, spruce needles, dirt, etc, etc. It sounded like a workable plan.
Mr Shark had noticed this cap before and thought it interesting. Today it just happened to be along (close enough!) one possible route to our first destination! This is one cap that can be done in a tux or long formal gown! While our clothing wasn't [i]that[/i] formal (really, not!) it suited us to a tee. They really don't come any easier to get to, find or photograph than this! It's clear that this cement pillar was created simply by pouring cement into an augured hole in the ground and was never intended to be exposed. A bit more interesting than a perfect pillar shaped by a form.
The quick easy find gave us plenty of time to pause and enjoy the beautiful weather and the great view of Nose Hill Park. Thanks for another interesting, well located cap! The ultimate in winter accessibility!