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

Saturday, August 8, 2015Alberta, Canada

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BCP505 - Akimina Pass

#6 of 13 today. On the way to the trail head, I saw a small black bear near the town site. Once parked along the road (it was pretty busy hear today) I unloaded my bike and it the trail. I am SOOO out of shape! Had to walk my bike a lot. When riding, it seamed like my seat was tilting backwards. Part way up, I checked and the seat wasn't moving, the seat post was bending! No more sitting down in fear of no more seat! Made it to the cap site and then back to the truck. On the way back, I was able to ride most of the way by standing. I saw numerous other people much younger than me walking their bikes! I am still out of shape, but I didn't feel quite as bad.

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