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Found it PDOP's found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Monday, 27 August 2007Alberta, Canada

BrassCap BCP301 Leduc

This was a deep one. Thanks to all the previous cappers that uncovered it. Lots of joggers and dog walkers out and about despite the showers. Thanks for all the fun OFTH

Distance to waypoint - 043 = 2.43 metres (Bearing NW at 319.0 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 044 = 2.42 metres (Bearing NW at 311.9 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 045 = 2.47 metres (Bearing NW at 309.9 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 046 = 2.49 metres (Bearing NW at 309.4 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 047 = 2.51 metres (Bearing NW at 308.3 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 048 = 2.56 metres (Bearing NW at 307.2 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 049 = 2.64 metres (Bearing NW at 305.9 Degrees)
Distance to waypoint - 050 = 3.59 metres (Bearing NW at 301.0 Degrees)
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Total Waypoints: 8
Horizontal Error in metres: Average = 2.64 , Minimum = 2.42, Maximum = 3.59

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