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

Friday, August 28, 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP022 Red Deer
Posted N52° 16.093 W113° 49.047
GPSr N52° 16.092 W113° 49.048

Another fun one. This one took the longest to find of the found caps today. It was located on the grass at the corner of a busy intersection. There was always a line of cars on one of the corners each time the light changed and generally pedestrians waiting to cross. As we were having trouble locating the cap, we pulled out the metal detector. This got a lot of interesting looks. We started to hear occasional honking and then realized that it was from cars further back that were trying to get the attention of the lead cars who were too busy watching us that they would miss the light change. Mrs. TiE and TiE Jr spotted a hole that got a signal on the detector. We managed to uncover a water valve. Took one last sweep where we expected the cap to be and were rewarded with the familiar chime. Phew. Must have been on that corner for a half an hour. Glad to log this one. Thanks for the cap!

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