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

Saturday, September 12, 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP033 Edmonton -Fort Edmonton Park

After a cold and rainy long Labour Day weekend people were making the best of this hot, sunny Saturday. Wherever we went during our Edmonton Search Party with ManjaLou, we found folks making good use of the parks and trails. The parking lot for Fort Edmonton showed it was hosting a crowd, too. With that busyness in mind we knew we'd have to be quick to grab a cap in the middle of the road!

The teamwork that had been evident all day really helped here. After a quick on-foot reconnaissance, we all intuitively fell into our roles. Mr Shark brought the Sharkmobile around to act as a safety block for the road crew. Even the Sharkmobile was directly involved in this search and it purposely blinked a caution to anyone who might come along. As soon as it was in place, Mr ManjaLou quickly removed the cover. The ladies swooped in and took pictures. The cover was replaced, the vehicle pulled up closer, we all jumped in and cleared the area. Mission complete in less than a minute* and before any other traffic came along! This cap really brought out the smoothness of our cooperation and was quite satisfying. Thanks for the fun, outforthehunt!

How did we [i]ever[/i] get the idea that capping might be rather dull? So unenlightened we were!

  • Estimated time, to be sure, but from the time the four-way flashers went on to when we were driving away it went so flawlessly and quickly.

A speedy cap find!

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