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

Saturday, September 12, 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP394 Aldergrove School

We thought we were done caching and went to wrap up our Edmonton Search Party with ManjaLou at the Cheesecake Cafe. With careful planning we were able to have dessert (what's the point of visiting the Cheesecake Cafe if you don't leave room for dessert?!) and not come out feeling too stuffed to move. In fact, the magical properties of cheesecake boosted our depleted energy and we had enough for "one more". And so we ended up at a nearby cache. But wait, why not find "just one more" cap, too? So we arrived here.

No willpower at all!

The wind had really come up earlier and while we were in the restaurant dark clouds had moved in; rain had started to fall just before we got here, the temperature was down 10 degrees and it was prematurely dark. Fortunately, the coords led us to the cap and it was a quick job to get pictures.

On our way out we noticed some huge sunflowers in a yard: two stories high with dinner plate sized seed heads. The birds will be loving those!! Thanks for all the caps and fun today, outforthehunt! Home, James, and don't stop...

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infoA virtual cache is a cache that exists in a form of a location. Depending on the cache "hider," a virtual cache could be to answer a question about a location, an interesting spot, a task, etc. The reward for these caches is the location itself and sharing information about your visit.

Because of the nature of these geocaches, you must actually visit the location and acquire the coordinates there before you can post. In addition, although many locations are interesting, a virtual cache should be out of the ordinary enough to warrant logging a visit.

Virtuals are now considered waymarks on Waymarking.com.
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