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

Sunday, 21 June 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP529 Three Hills 2

The last of the three caps in Three Hills before zigzagging our way home to join the kids for the finale of today's celebrations (Father's Day, a birthday, the first day of summer and earning the first Geocaching Road Trip '15 souvenir at an earlier cap).

Despite school being out for the weekend we still attracted some stares from the few that passed. Shrug, there was serious work going on here. Again we appreciated Coolcat21's efforts which left us with an easily spotted divot and very little dirt to remove. Most of the orange paint has worn off and the cap has suffered a couple of heavy hits but everything is easily readable.

It was a lovely day with sunny picturesque scenery edged with dramatic cloudscapes. Thanks for the caps, memories and views outforthehunt.

A big smile for a great day!

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