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

Sunday, August 7, 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP492 Frains
Posted: N54° 45.674' W112° 36.140'
My GPSr: N54° 45.675' W112° 36.141'

It was the first time I'd ever been close to these parts and it was fun exploring this new ground. As I parked and looked over at where the cap was supposed to be my heart sank.

LOTS of long, wild grass laced with the royal purple of hungry thistles. Oh joy.

I started out for a while with just the GPSr which was telling various versions of lies at first, and I was about to retreat to get the metal detector when I was drawn towards a trampled down area a little west from where I was initially looking and bam, there was the cap. I said it out loud: "Oh, my God!"

I'm thinking that TeamDJM's finding activity (about a month ago now I see) was the reason for the clue and I thank them for that.

After the photo session I was off, still shaking my head at my good luck.

Thanks for the cap!

BCP492 - Cap

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