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

Saturday, 12 October 2013Alberta, Canada

N 49° 35.421 W 114° 22.578

BCP626 - Bellevue NW

We enjoyed the drive down to the Pass this morning and the brilliant fall colours along the way. There was snow in the Okotoks area and south a ways to the Oldman River, but it cleared up nicely for the trip along Hwy. 3. I found a good road to access the cap site in the Bellvue area and enjoyed a little rock climbing to this familiar cap.

Joci and I spotted this one about two years ago when we were hunting for a cache within a few metres - great location by the way. Thanks OFTH for setting this one up in one of my favourite parts of Alberta and I'll post a few pictures a little later.

The nearby Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

Additional Images Additional Images

The nearby Frank Slide Interpretive Centre The nearby Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

Turtle Mountain from near the cap site Turtle Mountain from near the cap site

The fall colours The fall colours

Lots of rock debris Lots of rock debris

The context shot The context shot

One last look One last look

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