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

Thursday, 26 January 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP333 - Coutts

Well, where do I start. I was down here to have an interview with both US and Canadian Immigrations/customs for my NEXUS card. When I arrived at the crossing, they asked the usual questions and I indicated I was there for an interview. They then asked where I would be going after the interview. I replied that I would be doing a couple of caches to which they wanted to know WHERE I would be going, not what I would be doing. After the interview, I headed off for a cache and then returned to get this cap. I passed one CBP truck as I as getting to Border Road and then another just before the cap. I grabbed the cap and then made for the border - the legal way! Passed the first truck - I think he was resting - without incident. As I was approaching the second, I saw the truck start to move and then when I was about a 100 meters away, he turned his lights on and stepped out to wave me over. Fortunately, he was familiar with caching and was quite polite but still asked to see ID and if he could have a quick look in the truck. 5 minutes later, I was back in Canada. TFTH!

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