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

Sunday, 09 April 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3)
A geowalk up on to NHP again today with the objective of the last 3 brass caps within the park area and maybe at attempt at a puzzle find. We parked on S parking of 14th St NW and walked up onto the edge and headed N with the geokids picking up the caps as we made a loop.
This was the first stop of the outing. The geoson found a divot right away just to the E of the trail, but no cap was apparent. After about 10 mins of looking around we resorted to pacing out from the marker objects (rock 17m NW, edge 10m E) and they point to that same divot. The compass wasn't too helpful, so we resorted to probing deeper into the divot and after removing a few more cm of topsoil, found the cap (down about 20cm from ground level).
TFTC

BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) on the way to the cap

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BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) on the way to the cap BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) on the way to the cap

BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) rockin en route! BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) rockin en route!

BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) be ready to dig deep BCP120 Calgary (Nose Hill 3) be ready to dig deep

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