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

Tuesday, April 27, 2010Alberta, Canada

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BCP064 - King Eddy
Measured: N 51 2.66211W 114 3.211
Posted: N 51 2.664 W 114 3.203
Error: 10m (maybe due to buildings in the area?)
Measured: 1036m elevation
Posted: 1043.341 m
Error: 7m (I think this is typical, but this is the first time I measured elevation on a brass cap, GPS isn't too good at elevation)

I drove by here the other day, and saw the cap. It is currently is not in a man hole, but sticking up above the ground by about 20cm.

Looks like so far, it has survived the construction.

[This entry was edited by Andronicus on Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 10:47:54 AM.]

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