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

Tuesday, May 19, 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP213 Calgary - Glenmore Park
As we [s]worked[/s] romped through Glenmore Park, we continued to discover and enjoy it. Once again we were drawn to the edge to enjoy a sweeping view. The wind was brisk and a number of sailboats were making the best of it. Some crows, too, were cavorting in the wind currents as they tend to do when they can and hawks were able to hover motionless at length with only minor adjustments to wingtips. At this time of year the delta has a very lived in look with many birds in the air, in the water and on the flats.

We were able to locate this cap quickly, brush it off and take our photos. Thanks for a scenic cap, ofth!

A smilie Shark

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A smilie Shark A smilie Shark

GP and mud flats GP and mud flats

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