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Didn't find it van der Decken couldn't find Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 14 August 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP482 - Summerview

It's difficult picking a new cap in an unfamiliar area. There's no telling what you might get. This one may be well be gone, but since I asked for this one at the very last minute, I've got no one to blame but me. The area around ground zero appears to have been worked over (graded? plowed?). There's a pillar about 10-12 metres away that I thought might have been what I was looking for, but outforthehunt thinks it's likely for dam control. Oh well. There was a small depression near ground zero, but neither compass, nor screwdriver or trowel found anything but stones and mud. I didn't do an extensive compass sweep, so the cap may well be there somewhere, but it's certainly not obvious.

This entry was edited by van der Decken on Sunday, 15 August 2010 at 09:24:16.

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