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

Saturday, 06 May 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP314 Kinnaird Park

Another beautiful park being enjoyed by many on this warm, sunny day. The forecast rain clouds were gathering round but the sun was still shining. There was a faint partial rainbow above in the east and a river boat in the waters below. As we passed the occupied benches and the empty we speculated about the likelihood that the cap would be near an occupied bench. Sure enough, there was a couple sitting on the bench mentioned in the measurements. Again we were extremely lucky to make a quick find. As Mrs Shark stood up from taking the pictures, Mr Shark warned her not to step back. Whoa, that's a heck of a drop off! He said he wouldn't have gone down to haul her back up if she fell but surely all the commotion of her bouncing down the hill and ricocheting off the trees would have got the attention of the couple on the bench. Mr Shark didn't say he wouldn't call for help, he would just save the rescuers having two victims to fetch. The sun lost the battle with the storm clouds as we walked back and I don't think we saw it again for the rest of the day. Thanks for the cap that brought us to another scenic new-to-us park, outforthehunt!

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