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

Sunday, 03 May 2015Alberta, Canada

N 51° 03.585 W 114° 09.085

BCP095 - Calgary (Edworthy Park)

I was nearby celebrating the Geocaching Birthday today and decided to go for a bit of a wander yet. I stopped by and found this Cap. Though it is easily readable, the location is becoming unsafe. The cap is detached from the river bank by about 8-12" and the bank itself has been undercut. Any more slope instability or flooding, and it won't be safely accessible. Heck, another flood like 2013, and the cap itself will disappear! Nice to walk along the river on a beautiful day like today. TFTCap!!

The Cap!! Mostly... ;)

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The Cap!!  Mostly...  ;) The Cap!! Mostly... ;)

Calgary (Edworthy Park) - Looking NE Calgary (Edworthy Park) - Looking NE

Calgary (Edworthy Park) - Looking NW Calgary (Edworthy Park) - Looking NW

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