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

Saturday, 29 April 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP190 - Edworthy Park

I managed to convince One Bad Ant that with the impending doom.... er, I mean, the upcoming change in logging rules, that we should do a multi-day blitzing of Brass Caps! Of course silly us, we came at it from the bottom of the hill. It didn't look THAT far up. Oh well, we got there, survived, and the furry cacher had a great time helping out (as usual) Apparently it was reported to be a bit difficult to find with the coords bouncing, but I found that where I had stopped to look at my GPSr when it was telling me I was 0m-1m away, I just needed to turn around and take a step and I was on top of it! It's in pretty good shape - a few scratches but just fine. TFTCap!!

BCP190 - Calgary - Edworthy Park - The Cap!!

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BCP190 - Calgary - Edworthy Park - The Cap!! BCP190 - Calgary - Edworthy Park - The Cap!!

BCP190 - Calgary - Edworthy Park - Looking east BCP190 - Calgary - Edworthy Park - Looking east

BCP190- Calgary - Edworthy Park- Looking north-ish BCP190- Calgary - Edworthy Park- Looking north-ish

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