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Found it Mr. Speedy found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Thursday, 03 November 2005Alberta, Canada

N 53° 30.426 W 113° 32.856

BCP087 - Edmonton Equine Center

Second visit to this one. This time with some help from Viajero Perdido. I wanted to park at the same place as before, but VP indicated to me there may be a closer parking spot (mine was some 700 meters from the cap). So we drove around to the top of the hill and when we parked at the trail head, we were about 685 meters from the cap! Much better! Plus we had to go down hill and then back up! Thanks VP! (It wasn't that bad! )

Last time I thought this was going to be a quick grab-n-go, especially knowing that it was a manhole kind. Well, with all the grown up weeds, I couldn't find anything. Even the ol'yeller let me down. This time, the weeds were pretty much dead, but it was the leaves that gave us a hard time. At some point, using the hints, VP felt a spongy spot and started kicking some leaves around and voilà! There it was.

I'm glad we found this one before winter! TFTBCP OFTH. Probably the cap that made me walk the most! (Although I still haven't done any of those mountain caps!)

Mr. Speedy

The cap with the GPSr
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