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

Wednesday, 15 August 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP 366
Drayton Valley
N 53 12.420 W 114 56.350
Elev = 818

This was a great little walk in the bush,until I spotted the fresh bear scat. That opened my eyes and as I got a little deeper into the bush and stopped to look for the cap....the mosquitoes caught up to me.
Wow,,, I could hardly breathe without swallowing them. The rain has been unreal in Drayton Valley all week.Almost every night it has dumped so after a couple of dry days I figured I could do a few caches after work. After all I was already dirty and covered in DEET.
Working in the fields was rough and going into the bush was a trial for sure. Thank goodness the wind is available during the day to keep them at bay.

Don`t let this little tale stop you from getting this great cap. The views are outstanding and you can get a great view of the new highway crossing and bridge construction. Thanks OFTH for another great adventure.

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