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

Saturday, August 30, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP053 – Fort McMurray

Posted: N56° 42.532, W111° 21.444
My GPSr: N56° 42.533, W111° 21.444

This cache is at the west end of the overpass over the Hangingstone River in Fort McMurray on Hwy. 63. We were actually here a couple of times. The first time there was so much water in the hole that we decided to come back. The second time, j0ckser was able to reach down into the hole to clean off the cap enough that we could get a photo. A big shout out to j0ckser; he had the tough job! I got to be the photographer! Thanks for keeping the brass caps alive.

BCP053 Fort McMurray - j0ckser in the holej0ckser has a longer reach so he got the privilege of digging in the muddy hole at BCP053 Fort McMurray. Photographer: GeoGuider

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BCP053 Fort McMurray - j0ckser in the hole BCP053 Fort McMurray - j0ckser in the hole

BCP053 Fort McMurray - The GPSr Reading BCP053 Fort McMurray - The GPSr Reading

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