BCP319 Laurier Heights
Road construction was taking up a lot of parking spots so it took us two passes through the traffic circle to find a nice shady spot to leave the Sharkmobile. Really, we were happy to find a place to park, the shade was just a very nice extra! ManjaLou reached the outside of the circle first and took an opportunity to run across during a break in the traffic. A few steps behind them, we had to wait much longer for our chance to cross but ManjaLou had kindly located the cap by the time we arrived. The spruce tree is festooned with survey tape tying back the branches so the construction surveyors (and brass cappers, too!) have easy access and there is a beribboned post at the cap to really make things easy! With the cap normally within the drip line of the spruce tree this is a very good time to visit this one! We were luckier on our departure and hustled across the street without much delay. Thanks for a cap in a bustling neighbourhood--the construction workers were making the best of the good weather! And us, too!!