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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, 01 September 2013Alberta, Canada

N 53° 23.920 W 117° 34.389

BCP576 - Eaton Road
Elev. 1048 metres

I'd been up to no good a few dozen kilometres east of town and had to come into Hinton for gas and (just as important in an Alberta summer) windshield fluid. Naturally, I couldn't leave without looking for a cap or two, now could I?

Once off the highway, Hinton was just about as quiet and sleepy as you'd expect on a Sunday evening. I was able to park right around the corner and walk back to the cap. Even though the marker post seems to have wandered off locating the cap was easy as the hole it was in was quite obvious. A quick scrape and polish and the cap was ready for its... err... "beauty shot"? Wow, that's one beat up cap. I couldn't make out any numbers at all on scene though in the closeup picture I took many of them can be glimpsed. Thanks for the quick drive-up cap.

This entry was edited by van der Decken on Monday, September 02, 2013 at 5:23:08 PM UTC.

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