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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 23 July 2011Alberta, Canada

N 50° 02.720 W 110° 46.759

BCP537 - SAW2 - Echodale
Elev. 730 metres

Though I hadn't intended coming quite this far today, once on the road, well, the call of 3 unfound caps was simply too powerful to resist. I ran into Sleepy Hollow, Strider's Ride, Mr. Canoehead and Count Smiley returning from the cap as I pulled into the parking lot. A short walk along a paved pathway brought me to the nicely excavated cap. The cap is in excellent shape with no obvious tool marks. It sits in a hole a few inches below ground level with a small wooden marker beside it. There are three reference poles in the area, but I can't say that I saw a marker post. Watch out for cacti if you kneel down to take a picture; cacti spine are nothing to mess with! Thanks for the cap with a view, outforthehunt.

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BCP537 in context (looking towards the path) BCP537 in context (looking towards the path)

BCP537 in context (looking towards the river) BCP537 in context (looking towards the river)

Panoramic river view from BCP537 Panoramic river view from BCP537

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