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Found it Bearberry's Cub found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Monday, July 4, 2011Alberta, Canada

N 50° 01.489 W 114° 13.317

BCP203 Whaleback Ridge
Elevation 1725M

The grass is extra long this spring, making even pasture walking tiring. We followed the trail that parallels the powerline to a right angle turn on a blurry cutline that led directly up the hill to the cache. We looked for the cap for a long time and eventually The Cub uncovered it about 2 meters from my original ground zero. Why we expand our search on these so quickly is unknowable. It is truly huge country up here - not hemmed in by the Rockies. We were quite proud of ourselves - being chronologically challenged - to equal the hiking time of previous finders. I'm thinking our time hiking out, after The Cub spotted the grizzly tacks, probably set a record for this trip.

Thanks for the Cap.
Thanks for the hunt.
Bearberry and The Cub.

Cap finding grin

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Cap finding grin Cap finding grin

The Cub and Grizzly track The Cub and Grizzly track

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