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

Sunday, February 14, 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP112 Lamont
Posted N53° 46.049 W112° 46.571
GPSr N53° 46.049 W112° 46.570

This was actually the cap I dreaded going after. vdD's context shot showed no posts remaining and it looked like an open field. Not a pleasant task in the winter. When we got close to GZ, the winds were blowing snow across the highway and the road to GZ had cornices forming along the ditch from the amount of snow and wind. When we pulled up we were most fortunate to find a new wood lath protruding through the snow. I waded through the thigh deep snow in the ditch and quickly exposed the cap right beside the lath in the same fashion used to expose the Bruderheim cap. What luck. Other than some serious accumulation of snow in the Sorels (why did I tak off the gaiters?), this was a quick find on a cold day. Thanks for another cap OFTH! Time to get back to the track race in Edmonton.

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