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

Monday, 08 October 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP329 FCP
N50° 55.370 W113° 59.911
When I got close to GZ, I was a little wary as the grass here is LONG! I had my aluminum hiking pole with me, so I started poking around for a few minutes until I heard a "ting!" which just so happened to be a rock the size of a cap, and not the cap itself.
When I spied the cap, I felt that my worries were unfounded as it was pretty clear. My GPSr was only 0.001 off in Longitude and right on with the Lat. so I was basically on top of it, but just not observant enough.
A few snaps of the camera and I was on my way back to the car to pick up the girls from shopping. What a lovely day to be out.

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