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

Sunday, 06 July 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP 326 Penhold
We were headed home after a wonderful day of caching with our friends the Black Sharks when Mr.Black Shark suggested we make a quick stop for this BCP. Well...it definitely wasn't quick!!! This one made us work harder and gave us more laughs then any cache we have done to date. I'm not sure what the vehicles thought that stopped at this busy intersection and looked over to see Mr. Manjalou headfirst in a hole at least 2 feet deep with the rest of us sitting beside the hole offering encouragement. It must have looked "Hilarious"!! After we removed the pail in the hole Mr. Manjalou proceeded to remove more dirt to expose the cap with Mrs. Black Shark taking a turn as well. Mrs. Manjalou ran back to the geomobile for water and paper towels to clean the cache off as best we could. After exposing the BCP the numbers were still not readable. This took as much longer then it probably should have as I'm sure our laughter slowed us down immensely!!! We couldn't have had a more fun end to our day. And we couldn't think of more fun cachers to find it with than the Black Sharks!!! Thankyou for the smiley that caused ear to ear grins!!

Mr. Manjalou head first in the hole

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Mr. Manjalou head first in the hole Mr. Manjalou head first in the hole

Mrs. Black Shark took her turn Mrs. Black Shark took her turn

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