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

Tuesday, 05 August 2008Alberta, Canada

BCP265 Chain Lakes

N50° 11.840’ W114° 11.483’ (my GPSr)

Mrs BVPete and I went on a little day trip south of Calgary today. After finding a Brass Cap in Nanton we headed for Chain Lakes via a back road we had not used before and, of course, finding a few caches on the way. There were a fair number of people along the lake shore swimming, fishing or just catching some rays, but the area around the spillway was deserted. I scrambled up the hill to find the nicely elevated cap and then scrambled back down to enjoy a cup of tea with Mrs BVPete at one of the picnic tables. Thanks for selecting this survey control point for your cache page ofth, it was a grand day to be near a lake.

Chain Lakes Dam spillway.
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