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

Friday, 04 November 2016Alberta, Canada

BCP753 - City Hall Park

When we finally had time to pay attention to the morning's emails we smiled to see that the Brass Cap Cache had been relocated, perhaps very near to home. We got really interested when we saw the name: City Hall Park. We have a puzzle cache by that name; could it be the same city hall park? Indeed it was!! Not only that, but we've looked at that marker several times: before we began caching, over nine years ago while setting up our puzzle cache in the park and just this spring to see if the elevation was noted on or near it. We may even have a picture of it somewhere. Today the GPS was along only for the pictures.

This is a great cap to add to the collection! Right now the park is in a transitional stage between its summer floral splendor and the many trees being beautifully lit with Christmas lights (a magical sight from a small plane on a winter's night)! In any season, City Hall Park is a worthy spot to spend some time. Thanks for another cap in Red Deer, outforthehunt. It's nice to have one in Red Deer that can be visited in formal gown or tuxedo and white gloves without getting anything dirty! Not that Mr Shark was wearing anything like that when he visited...ever!

infoA virtual cache is a cache that exists in a form of a location. Depending on the cache "hider," a virtual cache could be to answer a question about a location, an interesting spot, a task, etc. The reward for these caches is the location itself and sharing information about your visit.

Because of the nature of these geocaches, you must actually visit the location and acquire the coordinates there before you can post. In addition, although many locations are interesting, a virtual cache should be out of the ordinary enough to warrant logging a visit.

Virtuals are now considered waymarks on Waymarking.com.
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