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

Tuesday, May 19, 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP428 Elbow Valley Wetlands

After turning North Glenmore Park into a happy, smilie place with ManjaLou, we next wanted to visit Griffith Woods. While enroute to find a place to have our lunch, this cap (which was not on our list for today) was mentioned as we drew near. Enthusiasm was great enough that we made two left hand turns across a busy road to visit right now and [i]then[/i] continue to Griffith Woods. Fortunately, we got lucky with breaks in traffic.

Eagerness to find the cap didn't exceed the need for food, though, so we sat in the shelter with live background music by Blackbirds & Frogs. Perfect! [i]Then[/i] we were off to find this cap! We found the GP had been pulled cleanly out of the ground but was still nearby. We propped it up for photos, then laid it back down beside the pedestal. A bike ramp and other mountain bike type features have been built right beside the cap. Hopefully the post will not be worked into the structure.

This and BCP125 are great reminders of this area's history and this cap gave us our first glimpse of Griffith Woods. Thanks for bringing us here, outforthehunt!

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This entry was edited by Black Shark on Saturday, 23 May 2015 at 07:14:22 UTC.

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