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

Friday, 05 September 2014Alberta, Canada


I first saw the survey post and the deep hole right beside the post that somebody had dug. I was reluctant to put my hand way down there because there was a massive spider and web covering part of the hole. The spider was at least 3 cm long, excluding the legs and probably more than double that with the legs. So I returned to my vehicle to get my pokey stick so that I could tap the hole bottom to see if there was a cap down there. I was careful to not disturb the spider or web. Anyway, I felt nothing so then I read the Hint and then paced off the specified distance from the centre of the road. Lo and behold, there was a slight depression between the post and the curb at just the right distance and with just a bit of brushing, the cap was exposed.

BCP620 post

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BCP620 post BCP620 post

A large spider in the hole at the BCP620 post A large spider in the hole at the BCP620 post

Oregon at BCP620 (3.5 m west of the post) Oregon at BCP620 (3.5 m west of the post)

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