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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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BCP372 Edmonton - EMP

Yes! My first cap with a real walk today. I loved the hike to get here! The added bonus was that I stopped and got a puzzle find on the way to this one. Actually signing a logbook for the first time this week. :) The find there was quick but I had taken the north path along the way. When I headed to the cap I knew I had to somehow get to the south path to find it. I managed to find a slightly clear only minimal bushwhacking route to the south path and headed to GZ.

This was another one that took me some time. I was distracted by various markers and fallen ribbons and couldn't make heads or tails of things. I bushwhacked in a few times, getting close but not close enough. And then stepping back on the path to study the context pics. I think gumby's pic was the one that finally clicked and I figured out where WZ had to be standing :) and spotted the indent! Yes!

I enjoyed the walk back and then the walk on to the park sign for the next one. Got my exercise here today and managed to get it at the perfect time. A Walk was happening and the parking lot filled up fast after I got here. TFTBC and for bringing me here!

Crouching view from the cap.

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