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Found it 2Sloths found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, October 23, 2015Alberta, Canada

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BCP629 Benchmark Trail
N52° 26.222 W116° 02.068

Going to try and catch up on some logging. Takin it Easy, Momzee (Parents), little Ty and I were originally anticipating a 14km hike out to this cap. Fortunately, to our luck, when we pulled up to the closed gate of the service road leading to the cap, a service truck came and opened the gate. After talking to driver we found out he was heading up the road to remove a fallen tree and that it wouldn't be a problem if we followed him in. As chance would have it, the fallen tree was almost exactly were we planned on stopping to approach the cap. From here it was quick and easy to hike and find the cap. Since the hike was considerably shorter than we originally planned we had plenty of time to hike and cache around Shunda Mountain, Goldeye Lake and around Nordegg. Thanks for the cap!

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