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

Sunday, 27 January 2008Alberta, Canada

N 50° 02.237 W 110° 38.167

BCP336 - Porters Hill

The toughest part of this cap was finding a safe and legal approach. After checking out a number of potential approaches, I settled on a route that was 500 - 600 metres from the cap.

My approach to the cap involved travel through a deep coulee and across some pleasant grassland. I ran into a herd of 15 - 18 deer tucked into the coulee on the way to the cap.

I quickly found the cap which is mounted above ground level in concrete. The views of the river valley from just beyond the cap are outstanding - TFTH and the pictures are on the way!

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A look at the South Saskatchewan A look at the South Saskatchewan

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