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

Monday, 18 May 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP 681 Pi Day Cap

We enjoyed our short drive to Lethbridge from Fort Macleod and soon found ourselves in the neighborhood close to the cap. We parked on the street beside a short lane that lead to a big but easy to open gate and walked the 200 or so meters to the cap. Once again Jack had to examine the cap pit very carefully before I could get the info and photo. Then it was back to the car for the long trip home, made even longer by our circuitous route of exploration.

Thanks for the Lethbridge cap ofth, this one above the big bridge with interesting views and nearby relic infrastructure.

Cap photo

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Cap photo Cap photo

Jack examines cap pit. Jack examines cap pit.

Relic mine infrastructure Relic mine infrastructure

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