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

Wednesday, 07 September 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP443 The Grand Forks

Takin it Easy who already had this cap drove me to within 400 meters of GZ. He had accessed it from the south and had driven right to the cap when he found it several years ago. This time however, being more cautious, stopped 400 meters from the cap and we walked the rest of the way. It was nice to get a little walk in after sitting in the car for so long. It has been a couple of years since anyone found this cap at it took us awhile to locate it as it was buried about 12 cm down in the tough roots of a sage bush. We worked at it until it was clean enough for the money shot. Then it was back to the car and onto Lethbridge for two more caps that Takin it Easy needed before heading back to Calgary.

Thanks for posting this interesting cap ofth. And a big thanks to Takin it Easy for the company and providing the transportation. We had a great day out indeed!

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