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

Saturday, May 6, 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP780 Millwoods Rd

We heard about the finding of this cap from gumbyphv who came from Red Deer to help the Edmonton cappers with this tough one! As we approached from the northeast we were trying to make alignments we had seen in Coolcat21's excellent context photo (thank you so much!). Nothing was working until we topped the little rise and found another manhole cover of the type we sought. Then everything clicked and Mrs Shark looked down at a divot...but it was just a cut down tree. Wait! What is that peeking out? A slice of tree was lifted to reveal a green painted cap! Too funny, but the wood shows up better than the cap so we replaced it to assist other hunters. The measurements in the description for this cap are outdated but Coolcat21's context photo makes sense of all the manhole covers (there's a whole herd or crop of them...are they fauna or flora?) and will guide you well. Thanks for the cap and giggles, ofth!

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