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Found it 3jaze found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Friday, May 2, 2003Alberta, Canada

N 50° 56.123 W 114° 05.827

Calgary N50° 56.123 W114° 05.827
November 11, 2002…Aaah, napgravy and I remember it well. OK, OK, OK, OK, OK. Out For The Hunt has been on my case ever since. Not quite 6 months later, this elusive brass cap showed up again. I made the 40m. climb (again) . What, no brass band? No flashing strobe lights? Only meters of bright fluorescent tape to mark THE SPOT. I just about missed it. If the geocacher in the hint photo had fallen over to his right, he would have injured himself on the stake and brass cap. I swear the cap must have had some clandestine, stealth, invisible paint on it back in November and just now wore off after the winter. Sure is nice and green where the soil was aerated. My GPSr added one digit to the end of each of the latitude and longitude and the altimeter read 1089 meters. Thanks for the re-cache OFTH.

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