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

Sunday, 05 May 2013Alberta, Canada

BCP067 - Calgary (Stanley Park)
For some reason I had thought that I had found most of the caps in my area, but this one had fallen through the cracks. After BabyWolf was done at the park on the other side of the river, I went hunting this cap with only my iPhone 4. Got within 5 m of GZ and saw a few depressions, but after a minute found one filled with leaves that just HAD to be the money.
The cap is in good condition, but definitely not flush with ground level! Had it not been for cap hunters before me, I would not have found this nicely recessed cap. I guess it goes to show just how much the river can change an area over time.
The cap is quite tool marked, but you can make out the stamps if you look hard enough.
Thanks for another great cap.

BCP067 - Calgary (Stanley Park)View from other side of river at playground

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