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Found it k5¢ents found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, May 24, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP091 - Bowness Replacement

We spent most of the day at the Bowness Eddies, refining our skills for the white water that would come the next day.
The park was closed, and we had paddled across from the other side.
Around lunch time, a friendly security guard drove up and watched us practice our eddy turns and such. When we broke for lunch, I asked if it was OK to venture about 60 meters south for the cap.
No problem as long as I used the pathway.
Permission granted to enter the closed park, I headed on over.
Needed my compass to track down the goods, took most of my lunch break, as it was covered with leaves and silt.
Now back to the cold water...

Thanks.

Very quiet park this Saturday.

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Very quiet park this Saturday. Very quiet park this Saturday.

Classes at the Bowness Eddies Classes at the Bowness Eddies

Instruction at the Bowness Eddies Instruction at the Bowness Eddies

Bowness Eddies Equipment Bowness Eddies Equipment

Bowness Replacement Bowness Replacement

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