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

Tuesday, 26 May 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP284 Leavitt
N49°11.753' W113°20.526'

Mrs BVPete and I headed over to Cardston from Waterton today, we were on a little caching and capping trip to Police Outpost Provincial Park. We found two caps on the way, this was the first and found it quickly based on van der Decken's description. That drive over here on Hwy 5 sure has world class scenery! Thanks for posting this cap ofth.

Numbers covered by BVPete's snowmachine & a small ice berg - High Arctic 1972.

[This entry was edited by BVPete on Friday, May 29, 2009 at 4:25:20 PM.]

Views from Hwy 5 on the way to Leavitt

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Views from Hwy 5 on the way to Leavitt Views from Hwy 5 on the way to Leavitt

The cap shot. The cap shot.

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