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Found it Gimli*/GeoJoce found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, May 7, 2017Alberta, Canada

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BCP337 Hawrelak Park South

Well, now that I'm in 'park country' I'm getting closer to the witching hour and more muggles are afoot. :) Some kind of event here today so I passed by North where all the tents are in view and came here for South first.

Good thing there were no muggles around the immediate area as this one took me some time! Probably my longest hunt of the day so far. I studied all the context pics and shuffled around trying to get the angles right but couldn't bring it together for the longest time. The leaves on the ground sure didn't help. I'm not sure what triggered it but I finally found it. :p

Phew! Took my pics and made the walk back to the parking lot and North. TFTBC and the looking at the ground neck exercises! lol

Finally!!

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