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Found it Bearberry's Cub found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 26 May 2012Alberta, Canada

N 49° 51.843 W 110° 54.470

BCP279 Seven Persons Lake
We had a bad enough time finding a reasonable road to the cap location, but then found the way blocked by a large herd of cows that were busy laying land mines. Just as we were thinking about a possible flanking movement, the farmer showed up with a bin full of chop and allowed us to go right on down to the cap. The cows and calves were more interested in dinner than us. We were looking for a survey stake and found it after we found the cap. It was flattened to the ground. Thanks for bringing us here.

Thanks for the hunt.
Thanks for the Cap.

Bearberry and The Cub

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Cows dining and laying land mines. Cows dining and laying land mines.

Red Poll cow and calf Red Poll cow and calf

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