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

Sunday, 01 January 2006Alberta, Canada

BCP261 - Calgary ( Shawnee Place )
N50° 55.719 W114° 04.970

I was just finishing up finding "Crystal 7" and was back in my Jeep when I noticed that my buddy XRN95 had called me. I called him up and mentioned that I was gonna try for BCP261 ... "I'll meet you there"

Met him about 130 meters from the cap, brought a few tools with us and off we went.

I'm not sure what 3jaze was talking about - the description on this said "ASC CAP FLUSH WITH GROUND" so he should have found it pretty easily ... as we did.

YA RIGHT!

Our compasses seemed to point to were 3jaze had been checking. So we poked around and poked around ... nothing! Went back to my Jeep to get Old Yeller he and confirmed what the compass was telling us. So we started to focus on that spot in earnest. In spite of an extra tool we mostly used screw drivers and hand spades until XRN95 hit something that sounded like a cap. More digging, yet more, and more, and more, then his Vibraprobe said "Yup". More digging, and digging, and finally we saw that brass color that we all love.

Did a little more clearing, enough for a pic, then a few more pics later we were finished.

Filled our hole to the top with water, buwahahahahahaha!

just kidding

The compass doesn't lie!

Additional Images Additional Images

The compass doesn The compass doesn't lie!

Flagging and paint on the fence shows the way Flagging and paint on the fence shows the way

"Some" of the tools that we used "Some" of the tools that we used

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