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Found it royal rogues family found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, 10 May 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP 686 - Calgary Testing Event
N 51° 03.036 W 114° 04.279

While this find wasn't as wild as going through a big adventure through time and space that culminated in making the brass cap find on top of the Calgary Tower, the walk we made over to this one was nice because we made it before the wind picked up and it got too cold to be out. We had been warmed up with some hot beverages from a nearby David's Tea, and that fuelled us for the several blocks to this quick find.

The royal rogues daddy hasn't been part of a brass cap cache find before and wanted to make this find himself, especially when I mentioned this one was visible to me from across the street. He was able to make the find very easily when we were there.

After a quick picture of me holding my eTrex beside the cap, it was off to the train station and to the Westbrook Boston Pizza for a nice family Mother's Day supper.

Thanks for another brass cap and helping us have such a fun day!

royal rogues mama

royal rogues mama with the brass cap
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