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

Monday, 15 June 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP115 Rocky Mountain House
N52° 22.247’ W114° 57.664’

Mrs BVPete and I continued our trip to Rocky after finding a cache at Burnstick Lake. Our first stop in Rocky was this well exposed nicely situated cap. We intended visiting the historic fort but a train was stopped across the access road and looked like it would be there for a while, so we headed up to Crimson Lake PP and went for a 10 km hike around the lake instead (good choice). Thanks for selecting this cap ofth.

The numbers are covered by some beautiful Marsh Marigold Flowers seen at Crimson Lake.

The cap shot.
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