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

Saturday, July 9, 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP 730 - Sails, Rails & Tails. Found this one with Gimli* and Kimmykaze during the MEGA. We had spent the day doing various geoart power trails and our brains were a little fried. We got to what we thought was GZ and began following the numerous geotrails through the tall grass and around various bushes. After many long minutes without a sign of the BCP, Gimli* checked the logs and photo gallery for helpful hints. We saw one picture that indicated we were in the wrong spot as the grass did not look long at all. So we started to search all over again on the edge of the geotrails where the grass was mowed. I am not sure what made me turn around, but when I saw the obvious spot in the grass I got a little hysterical. "Hey guys!" I called before cracking up at our oversight. I really began laughing when I realized that a blatant X marked the spot and we still had trouble finding it! Sometimes you just over think these things, especially when there are misleading geotrails to distract you! TFTvC! Answer has been messaged to the CO. ~TeXaN CHicK

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