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

Sunday, 28 March 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP357 Little Bow

Posted: N50° 13.226 W112° 56.346
GPSr: N50° 13.227 W112° 56.345 (+/- 2.5m)

We were running low on time at the end of this geocaching weekend. It looked like we'd be able to find the Little Bow cache in the provincial park (GC1WT43) and have to skip this brass cap. Fortunately, there was no closed gate at the park boundary. Even the gate at the fee station was open. I was expecting a 30-minute hike to this cache, but it ended up being a 2-minute park-and-grab. So we were able to go after this nearby (as the crow flies) but distant (by vehicle) brass cap. A great view and a clean cap. Thanks.

Cap in context
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