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Found it Strider's Ride found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Tuesday, 28 September 2010Alberta, Canada

N 51° 35.523 W 115° 14.231

BCP499 Hunter Valley

Pippin the cap hunting canine came along with me for a little trip out west this morning & the great plan was to avoid the rain coming out to Hunter Valley for a capping adventure.
Well as we all know the best laid schemes of mice & men often go awry & today it alternately rained or poured buckets to the extent that driving the Hunter Valley road became quite an adventure for what is normally a good road got very, very greasy...kind of like driving on butter or greasepaint which caused some alarm when approaching corners especially if going to quickly.
Eventually we arrived safely at the end of the road or at least as far as we were going, climbed the hill managed to find the cap, got soaked in the process but had fun doing it.

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BCP499 Rain drenched Hunter Valley cap
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