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Didn't find it BVPete couldn't find Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, 24 May 2013Alberta, Canada

BCP613 Canmore RR

Well, it was an epic cap hunt in terrible weather and unfortunately, we failed. We had the rain gear, we had long screwdriver probes, we had compasses, we had trowels and we even had giant umbrellas on tripods, but it was all for naught In the end we decided that between the time of the cap installation and now there has been a lot of construction including an infrastructure pipeline that enters the big cement anchor block and then goes straight down into the ground before heading off under the old rail bed. That pipeline construction must have required quite a trench that may have included the cap and all that sounds like a pretty good excuse! Anyway, I believe we all enjoyed ourselves in a sort of perverse way and I think it was me that suggested that it might be fun to go and play in the puddles .

Thanks for posting the cap ofth, we did give it a good go.

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Three wet dudes. Three wet dudes.

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