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

Wednesday, July 30, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP144 - Luscar
Posted: N53 07.324 W117 289.594
MyGPSr: N53 07.324 W117 289.596

Although there were no metal posts or wooden laths to mark this cap, it was fairly easy to spot the white, football-sized rock that covered it. Under the rock was about two dozen small slugs that I had to wipe away to read the cap. Shortly afterwards, while driving back to Hinton, I saw a black bear sow and her three cubs run across the highway. Thanks for the cap.

Rock that covers the cap

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Rock that covers the cap Rock that covers the cap

Brass cap in context Brass cap in context

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