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Found it Gimli*/GeoJoce found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, May 7, 2017Alberta, Canada

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BCP278 Edmonton - 109 St.

Ok, I meant to head home after Emily Murphy park but realized I would have to pass by a few more caps along the way. I became a broken record this weekend with GJ....texting her I was on my way but I'm stopping for just one more. lol

I made it here and got distracted a bit before remembering the context pictures I had looked at for this one. This became my first cap find I had to dig for. My foot moved some dirt and I got a slight gleam of the cap. Getting down I dug the rest of the mud cover off and was thrilled when I managed to decipher a few numbers. I managed an ok pic of the cap, reapplied the mud cover and was on my way.....yes, with time for one more!

TFTBC!

ContextMud cover reapplied!

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