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

Tuesday, 19 May 2015Alberta, Canada

BCP500 Evan's Cap

After walking from the canoe club for the cache below, it was noted that this cap was just over 20 m away, closer than we'd imagined it would be. So we did the only reasonable thing--in only a few horizontal metres we corrected the vertical difference. The cap was a quick find as all the caps in this park are, at least in the non-snow seasons. The cavity had collected a lot of leaves, but once they were lifted out, the cap brushed off and wet a bit to really pop the details, we gathered what was needed. We took one last look at the views and contemplated the joys of being a grandparent and spending time with cherished grandparents. Many thanks for the scenic caps in this park, ofth, and congratulations!

A big smile for Evan

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