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

Friday, July 8, 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP635 Dapp
Posted: N54° 20.634 W113° 54.743
GPSr: N54° 20.635 W113° 54.745

This was as far north as we got today as we had to get back to Edmonton to see our son's girlfriend (they make up the geocache team 2Sloths) compete in the 3000m steeplechase at the Olympic Trials. Dapp is a VERY quiet town. With an old hotel, grain elevator, train stop and recreation building. The only person around was a farmer out cutting the town grass with his tractor. The cap was behind the train stop and back in the bush. I have seen this type of cap a few times. What a neat little Alberta town. A great place for a cap find. thanks for the cap OFTH!

P.S. The better half of 2Sloths came second in an exciting finish and is now headed to Rio for the Olympics next month. Woohoo!

Dapp hotel

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Dapp hotel Dapp hotel

A busy place today A busy place today

Welcome to Dapp Welcome to Dapp

BCP635 Context Shot #1 with cover BCP635 Context Shot #1 with cover

BCP635 Context Shot #2 without cover BCP635 Context Shot #2 without cover

Congrats ladies - All off to Rio! Congrats ladies - All off to Rio!

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