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

Saturday, 26 March 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP709 Thompson Creek
Posted: N52° 00.856 W116° 37.481
GPSr: N52° 00.856 W116° 37.485

We were up in Rocky Mtn House for a few days to visit our son on his birthday and decided to spend the morning hiking up past Siffleur Falls. Mrs. TiE, Tyler and I really enjoyed the scenery of the Siffleur Canyon and falls. When we got back to the car, this unfound cap was only 15km further down the road so we decided to go and check it out. There was a convenient spot to pull out near the cap and the 4x4 marker post was visible from the road. The cap was not immediately visible, but after checking the hint for the cap position relative to the post, we quickly uncovered it and grabbed the required info. What a great location! We surrounded the cap with a ring of rocks in case the ground cover grows over it again, but it would still be an easy find. Thanks for the cap OFTH!

BCP709 Context Shot Looking North

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BCP709 Context Shot Looking North BCP709 Context Shot Looking North

BCP709 Context Shot Looking West BCP709 Context Shot Looking West

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