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Found it Coolcat21 found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Tuesday, 16 July 2013Alberta, Canada

BCP366 – Drayton Valley
Posted: N53 12.421 W114 56.350
My GPSr: N53 12.42[b]2[/b] W114 56.3[b]48[/b]
My Elevation: 811 m

As I set out to find this cap from the parking spot, I donned what is a new feature of my cap finding kit, a reflective safety vest, what I call my “cloak of invisibility”. Well it turns out I didn't even need it. There were no humans anywhere near the cap location today. What there was, was a nice quad trail and a somewhat worn trail all the way to the cap site. Very nice.

And the cap must have been frightened of me for some reason: it was sweating like crazy when I found it. I wiped it off best I could and took the pics.

Thanks for the cap!

BCP366 - Cap

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