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

Saturday, 08 October 2016Alberta, Canada

I found BCP327 Riverbend.

This must be the easiest snow covered cap that I've found. When I got to the park and walked to the top of the hill I was greeted with a fresh blanket of snow covering the whole park. There were no tracks or anything, just a clean blanket of snow with one exception, in the middle of this blanket was one small black hole where the snow had fallen into the divot. I walked over, reached in and cleaned off the cap. Thanks for another great cap with a great view. TFTBC

DivotThe cap divot in the blanket of snow, with my tracks joining it now.

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