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

Sunday, 01 July 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP063 Calgary (Calgary Tower)
N51° 02.658 W114° 03.787

Well, what can I say that has not already been said, other than my adventure was WAY better than any of the other finders of this rare cap. I wanted to make Canada Day a special one, so I dressed all in a Red and White spandex singlet down by Eau Claire. No one even batted an eye as I marched alone down Centre Street... what IS this city coming to, when you cannot even get the eye dressed like that. I proceeded to walk to the tower, and with all my will, I walked straight up the outer structure. Really, it was outstanding and unbelievable, but did anyone bat an eye?? Nope! As I was walking up the side, I was screaming at the top of my lungs "O Canada" but still, nothing... Getting to the top was a long hard walk, but I did it and of COURSE, I forgot my camera... so I jotted down the necessary info and decided to fling myself off the building and glide down with my special spandex flight suit. Landing in front of a group of tourists with cameras, I would have thought they would be flabbergasted, but instead they turned and got really excited about a new Starbucks which opened down the street. Typical big city stuff... did not even make the news, except the weatherman mentioned the possibility of precipitation. I think he was talking about me. Thanks for the cap!

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