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

Wednesday, 10 April 2013Alberta, Canada

Today after work I decided to go for BCP609 Red Deer 55Ave. I parked the car and started walking up the hill when I noticed something moving at the top of the hill. I couldn't see what it was from where I was so I just kept walking. When I got a little further up the hill I noticed it was a deer. The deer just stood there staring at me until I got pretty close to the brass cap. I found the cap and while I was taking my pics, I noticed that a couple deer were standing a little ways away just watching me. I finished what I was doing and headed back down the hill to my car. This is the first time that I've been able to find the current brass cap . Thanks for the brass cap. TFTC

Up the hillHeading up the hill with the deer watching me.

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