N49° 39.798’ W112° 49.121’
This cap gave us the most trouble as the grass was long and covered the cap completely. Finally, I had to go back to car and get the compass (that should have been in my pocket). After much stooping and waving of the compass through the grass I got a deflection that proved to be the stub of the marker post. After that the cap was soon exposed and #5 was in the bag. We were glad the wind was still blowing as it kept the mosquitoes down, there were lots of those nasty creatures in the grass.
Thanks for the cap with a view ofth.