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

Saturday, 10 October 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP230: Pakowki Lake @ 2:34 PM
N49° 20.439 W111° 00.303

I have wanted to do this cap for a long time. Most because ... well ... the cap has a cool name, haha!

It was a bit of a gravel road adventure getting to within 2km or so of the cap. Then, yes, I was fence-boy while DanOCan navigated Mrs. Jeep Liberty through the gate, doing a yeoman job of making this cap a drive-to. I really enjoyed the isolation of this cap, constantly thinking "I could bury DanOCan anywhere here" ... buwahahahahahaha!

[url=]Definitely an enjoyable cap.[/url]

This was the last cap that I nabbed today, with DanOCan picking up another one south of Lethbridge before heading home. Over 1,000 KMs and over 12 hours is a long day and it can be made painful if you are stuck with an ass. I was lucky that this was not the case for me today ( maybe for him, I dunno ... prolly ). I enjoyed the company of DanOCan ( and gas sharing ), we had some good conversation and I he even let me have a sandwich that Mrs. DanOCan made, yummy!

Thanks to DanOCan and outforthehunt for making this a VERY enjoyable Saturday.

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