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

Sunday, 12 April 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP564 - GAS 7

Posted: N50 02.995 W110 40.301
MyGPSr: N50 02.996 W110 40.302

This one is located about 7 feet from the tree, 15 feet from the road, and 12 feet from the asphalt pathway. The manhole cover has two shallow holes, and I was fortunate that my hiking pole had just enough leverage to remove it. Then I discovered how really lucky I was. The cover has two tabs that fit into the manhole base, so it has to be turned to the correct position for it to come off (sort of like a childproof pill bottle lid). The cover was in the right position when I arrived and left. Thanks for the brass cap.

Brass cap in context
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