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

Monday, 24 April 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP766 Onoway
Posted: N53° 42.005 W114° 11.905
GPSr: N53° 42.002 W114° 11.905

It was a pleasant drive over to Onoway. I don't think I had ever stopped in this town before. I got to GZ and parked in front of the Cemetery entrance. There was no construction in sight today. I spotted the marker post and the area around it was covered in a blanket of slushy snow. I, at first, got fooled by the hole in front of the post. After deepening it a few more inches, I decided that this was incorrect. I cleared snow about 5 feet around the post and didn't spot any cap or even a depression. I checked the hint and the cap was supposed to be 1m west of the post. I probed in that area and hit something hard. I dug down a few inches of earth and there was the cap ready for its photo. I packed up and check the nuvi and my Red Deer ETA was now 5:10. I ended up arriving back in town to pick up my son at 5:02. I love it when a plan comes together. Thanks for the caps and the fun OFTH!

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