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

Wednesday, August 18, 2010Alberta, Canada

BCP093
N53° 24.907 W117° 33.402
After our first Yellowhead Cachers Meet & Greet, we decided to FINALLY get around to getting this one before school started up again. I knew that the Burke4 had this one, so I asked them to stick around in case we needed any help. Following the GPS, I stopped, looked and said: OH! Well that helps---the 'natural cover' has been recently removed/replaced. I removed it, but then ran into a bit of trouble as we didn't have anything to remove the man-made cover...sigh. Did I forget to mention that this was at 10PM? WATSON5 to the rescue! They generously lent us their tire iron to pry off what keeps the cap safe. So 3 caching families, in the dark with a few flashlights, cameras, GPS', 3 trucks and a tire iron on a High School front lawn..NOT SUSPICIOUS at all!! lol Thanks to two great Caching families (And more importantly, friends) for your assistance!

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