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Found it royal rogues family found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Monday, 13 April 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP190 Calgary - Edworthy Park

Posted 51 03.563 114 09.278
Found 51 03.565 114 09.280

I'm having a good energy day today chemo-recovery wise, so I decided to take advantage of that and the lovely weather to make this find. For some reason, I thought this cap was in the valley and therefore not close enough to find on foot while the royal rogues son was at school. Another look at the cap map recently showed me it is actually right behind Wildwood and not in the valley, so I decided to go find it as soon as I could.

This would have been a much tougher find to make if it weren't for the found coordinates posted on a previous entry for this brass cap. There were two likely suspects where I thought this one could have been hiding. I was able to eliminate one rather quickly on the basis that a small plant would likely not be growing through the cap itself. I checked out the other suspect and found the cap after a small bit of digging.

This area was the perfect place to sit and have my lunch, so I found a comfy spot facing the river and enjoyed the view before heading on the path back to Wildwood.

TFTBCC!

royal rogues mama

Enjoying my time near GZ

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Enjoying my time near GZ Enjoying my time near GZ

view of downtown from my lunch spot at GZ view of downtown from my lunch spot at GZ

view of the hospitals and the Bow River near GZ view of the hospitals and the Bow River near GZ

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