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

Saturday, 30 March 2013Alberta, Canada

Jimigigilo and I spent the day caching around Cochrane. I had to drop him off at work on 17 Ave. and then was heading up to West Nose Creek Park to pick up a few more caches. I realized that I would be driving right passed a brass cap that I've been wanting to get for awhile now. Now to figure out how to get to BCP063 Calgary (Calgary Tower) N 51° 02.658 W 114° 03.787. Think, Think how to get this brass cap. That's it, last time M sent me on a mission, Q gave me a special GPS with high pressure compressed nitrogen inside. I could use it like a jet pack for a 1 minute burst. So I reached into my glove compartment and grabbed the GPS then went in the trunk to grab my parachute. When I got to the base of the tower there were a few muggles coming after me . I quickly pulled out the GPS and let out the gas. Away I went, got to the cap and completed my mission. Then I did my BASE jump and got back to the car without any more trouble . You can call me Gumby, James Gumby. Thanks for the excellent mission and the awesome brass cap prize. TFTC

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