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

Tuesday, May 17, 2011Alberta, Canada

BCP500 - Evan's Cap N 50 59.047 W 114 07.111

Mrs. GeoK and a group of students from the CSS Outdoor & Environmental Education elective found this cap during an afternoon of geocaching fun in North Glenmore Park. The students had a brief talk on geocaching yesterday, followed by the opportunity to test drive GPS receivers on the school grounds. Today, we walked about 6 km, successfully locating a total of 5 geocaches and DNF'ing one other. Some of the students asked endless questions about geocaching, GPS units, hiding geocaches, the geocaching website, etc., so there might be a few new converts to the game of geocaching!

Thanks for setting this easy to find cap up in honor of Evan's birth date! And congratulations, Grandpa!!

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