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Found it k5¢ents found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, May 24, 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP065 - Calgary (Bowness)

Earlier today I had discovered a cap at our put in for our river kayaking lessons.
As luck would have it I would find this one at our take out.

I have removed all kinds of material from caps, snow, ice, sand, mud, grass, leaves, etc.
But this was the first time I had to remove a big dog poop found right on top (how rude).
Once that dirty job was taken care of, I headed back to the bridge to snap some more photos of the rest of our group coming in.

Thanks.

Calgary (Bowness)

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Calgary (Bowness) Calgary (Bowness)

Here come the kayaks. Here come the kayaks.

View from above. View from above.

John Hextall Bridge John Hextall Bridge

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