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Found it PDOP's found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Wednesday, 23 July 2008Alberta, Canada

BrassCap BCP401 A.I.R

A cap with a mini map on it. It's well marked (thanks dronnon) and there are better roads if you come at it from the east.

My waypoints all were off by 13 metres horizontally but less than one in the vertical, hmmm?

Distance and Direction From The Cap to the Waypoint


027 = 13.35 metres (Bearing SW at 231.4 Degrees)
028 = 13.19 metres (Bearing SW at 232.7 Degrees)
029 = 13.19 metres (Bearing SW at 232.7 Degrees)
030 = 13.25 metres (Bearing SW at 232.8 Degrees)
031 = 13.13 metres (Bearing SW at 233.1 Degrees)
032 = 13.13 metres (Bearing SW at 233.1 Degrees)
033 = 13.13 metres (Bearing SW at 233.1 Degrees)
034 = 13.19 metres (Bearing SW at 232.7 Degrees)

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Total Waypoints: 8
Horizontal Error in metres: Average =13.20 , Minimum =13.13, Maximum =13.35
Average Elevation = 694.9, Elevation Difference from BCP = 0.9 metres

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