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

Monday, 25 August 2008Alberta, Canada

BCP398 - Bridge County Raceway
N49° 35.494 W112° 36.061

Woohoo ... was I actually FTF on this cap?

I am currently making the move down to Arizona, U-Haul in full-load mode, whew!

I was pounding back a Big Bacon Classic in Lethbridge when it occurred to me that there was a Brass Cap in Lethbridge that I hadn't found. I checked out my GPSr ... looked ... looked ... nothing? Then I panned out a bunch, voila! South of Lethbridge, perfect!

I had some gravel roads to travel on to the cap so I carefully rolled to the cap at about 40 km/hr, spotted the "cap" ... you cannot miss this pillar. Snapped a night picture with my crappy phone camera the was back on the road 10 minutes later.

Thanks OFTH, it was nice having my last Albertan cache be a Brass Cap.

BTW, if anyone wants to check out my progress as I head south, visit the following URL from time to time ( you'll have to hit refresh some times ) :

I am finding that my cheapo $30 pay-as-you-go GPS cell phone that is powering this link seems to be having a problem uploading coordinates. Hopefully things will get better soon.

You can barely see the outline of the pillar
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