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

Friday, July 8, 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP229 Viking

The ditches indicated that there'd been lots of rain here recently, but the important ditch, the one between us and this cap, was squishy but free of water. Once we pulled the tall grass back we found this cap dewy and fresh and in excellent condition. All markings are deeply stamped and clearly readable. Great view from here of green with patches of canola yellow topped with interesting clouds. The hawks were enjoying flying through the sunshine. Just as we crossed back over the tracks we heard a train whistling through Viking. He cut off access to the cap before we pulled away. That was close--it was a long train! This was our first BCP find on the way to the Sails, Rails and Tails 2016 (WestCan6) mega event in Cold Lake. Thanks for an interesting cap in a scenic rural spot, outforthehunt.

Smiling on the way to the mega event!Don't you wish all caps were this close to the marker post?!

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Smiling on the way to the mega event! Smiling on the way to the mega event!

A very nice day to be capping! A very nice day to be capping!

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