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Found it Mr. Speedy found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 17 September 2005Alberta, Canada

N 52° 27.780 W 113° 44.431

BCP111 - Lacombe

Viajero Perdido and I (Mr. Speedy) went on a mini central Alberta cache raid today. This was our 16th of 20 cache/cap finds today.

We got out of the car, got to the location, saw to likely depression in the ground. At first I couldn't see or feel anything exept some metal (or hard stuff anyway) sticking out of one of them, but couldn't see a cap. So I grabbed the yeller from the car and quickly swipped both. They both made the yeller go! So I figure one them was making it go because of that mettal thingny sticking out and tried digging the other one and sure enough, there it was! Hey, it's my first cap found with the yeller!

Mr. Speedy

[This entry was edited by Mr. Speedy's parade on Sunday, September 18, 2005 at 3:06:23 AM.]

The cap with the GPSr
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