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

Friday, 18 September 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP438 - Police Outpost Provincial Park
N49° 00.394 W113° 27.980

An interesting drive to this cap. Saw a cool old church, one of the oldest in Alberta according to the sign, and stopped for some pics ( I love cemeteries ). Saw Chief Mountain on almost my entire drive down.

Then made a nice drive to the cap. As with VDD, the "Bear activity" tape was still there but given that the cap was about 70 meters away and on a bald ( i.e. no bear-hiding bushes around ) hill, I figured that I was safe.

On the way back, just north of the cap on the "main" road I saw a farmhouse with an Early Bronco, in rough shape but ... it's an Early Bronco!!!

It's up there, guess where.

Additional Images Additional Images

It It's up there, guess where.

BCP438 BCP438

The Church of St. Stephen The Church of St. Stephen

Proof that this church is old, the written word! Proof that this church is old, the written word!

A sad headstone A sad headstone

Where is j2d2, he knows everything! Where is j2d2, he knows everything!

Interesting headstone construction ... Interesting headstone construction ...

That That's the entire church and cemetery ... small

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