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

Friday, February 13, 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP009 Calgary (Fish Creek)
N50° 56.125’ W114° 05.827’

This cap was # 3 of 4 finds today. I parked in a nearby neighbourhood and made my way down to the valley bottom and then back up to the top of the ridge on which the cap is located. Then I got sucked into chipping the ice out of a deep hole close to ground zero. I was getting a mild indication from my compass so I thought it was down there somewhere. Then I put the compass down a few inches away from the hole (so I could chip faster) and got an unexpected, but strong reaction. There was the cap, 1 cm above ground level, just covered with a thin layer of new snow. Live and learn. Thanks for this cap ofth and for the hill climbing training – I need more of that.

BCP009

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