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Found it Mr. Speedy found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 01 October 2005Alberta, Canada

BCP063 - Calgary (Calgary Tower)

One of many cache/cap done during our Calgary cache raid.

We knew this one was going to be a challenge, but we didn't quite know how much! As we got close, we realized what we were up against. What to do? What to do? Then I remembered that when I was a kid I was able to get out of my body and float at the ceiling of my room at night. I thought, hey, if I could do this here, I might be able to go all the way up and see the cap. So I layed down on the back seat of the car and started relaxing. All of a sudden I started feeling weird and then vlam! I got sucked out of my body through my nose cavities... I then felt really light and started ascending really fast to the the top. It was kinda scary! The whole time, I could see my body in the car at the base of the tower. When I got to the top, I located the cap quite easily (it was well marked) and was able to cleary see the numbers on the cap. I wasn't carrying a camera (you can't bring anything with you on such a trip) so no picture of the cap today, but I think Time took a picture from below. Not sure if we can see me on it, probably not! That was a neat experience and the view from up there was really interesting. I had to get back down quickly though, as my caching buddy, Time, was starting to get worried about me. Thanks for a real challenge OFTH.

Mr. Speedy

[This entry was edited by Mr. Speedy's parade on Tuesday, October 04, 2005 at 1:01:01 PM.]

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