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

Sunday, May 7, 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP314 Kinnaird Park

Well, here it is. My final cap find of the day and probably my final cap 'Found It' as well. I got seriously into the cap craze this past week with the new rules coming and thoroughly enjoyed finding them while wishing I had gotten more serious sooner. I didn't have any fancy tricks or tools....no metal detector or spades/screwdrivers proving any cacher can find some of these. Maybe my one trick was following along behind others who had done the hard work already. :)

I enjoyed the walk to this one and the view. No muggles around today so I could take my time. I found the cap using a context pic, grabbed my own pics (nice to end with a readable one!) and was on my way enjoying the view and snapping pics as I went (nice to end with one with this view).

TFTBC OFTH and all your work maintaining this cache page. On more than one occasion this week I was surprised by how quick your responses were to my emails. Grateful to a CO who manages a cache like this with such dedication. THANK YOU!!

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