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

Saturday, 13 November 2004Alberta, Canada

BCP007 - Black Diamond
N 50° 41.385 W 114° 12.591

I was here amost a couple of weeks ago and had the big DNF.

I think that my problem with this one is that when I was coming from Okotoks, my map said the cap was to the left of the main road. Then when I turned left off onto the farm road, I still expected it to be on the left. Not looking at my GPSr, I even saw a survey sign beside the farmer's fence, to the left of the dirt road. So without even taking my GPSr, I jumped out and went to the survey sign. Did the compass sweep for a few minutes, nada!

Today, well, I decided to look at my GPSr and it showed the cap to the right of the dirt road, doh! Of course, the "OTHER", correct, survey sign was there, with the cap lightly covered with loose dirt.

I took a pic and leaned a wooden survey stick against the survey sign, just in case someone goes there soon.

[This entry was edited by nicolo on Sunday, November 14, 2004 at 7:09:55 AM.]

There she is!
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