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

Friday, 06 January 2006Alberta, Canada

BCP063 Calgary - Calgary Tower

Well it was about time I found this one. As a few of you know, I recently purchased a new vehicle. It's a 2006 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 with a Double Cab. A great vehicle for puttin the family in, bootin' around and getting to some of those tough-to-get-to caches and caps. I made sure to get the off-road suspension package and the optional rocket-propultion anti-gravity system as well. I'm anxious to get into the back-country and test out the off-road worthiness of the truck. However, today was the day I got to try the optional rocket-propultion anti-gravity attachment.

It's great! Just manouver the truck onto the R.P.A.G. attachment, push a button, and click! You've got 1,700 kN of thrust at your disposal! Powered by three Rocketdyne SSME engines propelled by LOX/liquid hydrogen, I had no trouble getting the elevation I needed to fly over the Calgary Tower and snap a quick pic. The pics came out kinda blurry - I guess 18,000mph is a little too fast for my camera.

Anyway, here's some pics of my new truck and the attachement.

Thanks for the cap OFTH!! (My 900th cache!!)

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