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Found it Gimli*/GeoJoce found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, May 7, 2017Alberta, Canada

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BCP180 Edmonton

My first cap of the day on this last day for the rule change! Sad to see it go for sure. I've had a great week of finding a cap each day for my cache du jour. Again, wish I had discovered the joy sooner. :)

This first one I found tricky. All the leaves on the ground made things difficult. And last night's rain didn't help. Eventually (after a quite a bit of shuffling) I noticed the correct slight indent in the ground and uncovered the cap. :) Pics taken and I was on to the next one! I had 15 in mind to find today but this ended up being the first of 13 for me.....muggle issues at the other two! TFTBC and a great morning of capping!

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