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

Saturday, 21 August 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP257 Medicine Hat (Dan McCharles Park)
N50° 02.195’ W110° 41.651’

Mrs BVPete and I arrived at this lovely little park after a short journey from BCP426 and quickly found the cap (#2 of 10). After finding the cap we started to explore the park and ran into Sleepy hollow and Strider’s Ride who were finding a few caches prior to the official start of the Brass Cap Convention, which would also be our next stop. Sleepy hollow and I firmed up some plans for a cap finding expedition next week before we headed to the event.

Thanks for posting this cap ofth; the numbers are covered by the park fountain in the cap photo.

The cap photo.
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