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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, 03 May 2009Alberta, Canada

N 53° 31.470 W 113° 30.125

BCP172 - Edmonton
Elev. 647 metres

Parking is available within 100 metres of the cap (turn off at the swimming pool exit). Other than a few passing bikers and joggers, I was the only one in the park today. The stove mentioned in the hint seems to have vanished, and a compass sweep was requried to turn this one up. It's far enough away from any trees or bushes that there's really nowhere to put some flagging up. The cap is in pretty good shape, although one digit has been completely obliterated. The context photos will give you better clues as to the cap's location that I could write; it's in the grass, and not really near anything. Thanks for the cap in a restful spot where I could not only find the cap but also enjoy my lunch in solitude!

BCP172

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BCP172 in context (looking south/southwest) BCP172 in context (looking south/southwest)

BCP172 in context (looking west) BCP172 in context (looking west)

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