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

Thursday, May 4, 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP684 - SCH View

This cap has been the bane of my brass cap hunting days. Last year Everhollow and I ventured into this area and couldn't find any feasible access to GZ. All our devices insisted we travel on roads that were no longer in existence due to the development of the communities around the hospital. I must mention we were in a torrential downpour at that time. Recently yayajojo, Quadradec and I checked Google Earth and whatever we could to try and find a good road to no avail. We did try to drive it, but were stopped by various "No Access - Private Property - Construction Site" signs and barriers. We tried a second time about three weeks ago with no success other than to see a pond full of beautiful swans. A few nights ago my better half took us for another recon and still no access. Tonight we decided to try OBA-style driving and it worked! The road that was no longer in existence was suddenly right in front of us leading us straight to the cap. It was a beautiful view towards the hospital and the setting sun as we took our pictures. And then we found a perfectly good egress road which took us right straight to the hospital with no barrier to block our way out! I swear that there was a barricade every other time...... Thanks from yayajojo, Quadradec and myself for this cap we will never forget.

So Peaceful Here - And What A View

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