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

Friday, 23 May 2008Alberta, Canada

BrassCap BCP241 Edmonton, Kensington Village

A red cap this time close to a busy street corner.

My waypoints were:

Distance to waypoint - 020 = 5.74 metres (Bearing N at 341.6 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 021 = 4.39 metres (Bearing N at 339.4 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 022 = 4.37 metres (Bearing N at 340.2 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 023 = 4.33 metres (Bearing N at 341.9 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 024 = 4.31 metres (Bearing N at 342.7 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 025 = 4.18 metres (Bearing N at 343.1 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 026 = 4.07 metres (Bearing N at 342.7 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 027 = 3.95 metres (Bearing N at 343.1 Degrees)
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Total Waypoints: 8
Horizontal Error in metres: Average = 4.42 , Minimum = 3.95, Maximum = 5.74

Red Tinted Cap

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Plot of My Waypoints Relative to the Cap Plot of My Waypoints Relative to the Cap

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