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Found it bish0p found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Tuesday, 06 March 2007Alberta, Canada

BCP063 Calgary Tower

I got home from my road trip and as I was walking in the door my phone rang, It was from a CPS friend of mine letting me know that a ride-a-long on the Hawcs helecopter was open if I could make it to the airport in 25 minutes.

I jumped in the truck and off I went. I pulled in to the paking lot with 2 minutes to spare.

Running to the sraging Area I got a short two minute briefing, and off we went.

After we where in the air the pilot asked me if there was anything I wanted to see. I asked him if that included the Tower, with the nodd of his head we where off. In route I explained what I was looking for and after the 3 minuted flight the pilot asked for permission to "Push in on the tower" and was granted permission.

With the flick of a switch on came the spot light and after about 20 seconds of searching we spotted the marker. Click, Click and we where off.

TFTH.

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