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

Wednesday, April 26, 2017Alberta, Canada

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BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston)

I managed to convince One Bad Ant that with the impending doom.... er, I mean, the upcoming change in logging rules, that we should do a blitz of Brass Caps. This was a nice quick walk!! This cap is in great shape!! TFTCap!!

BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston) - Looking south-ish

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BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston) - The Cap!! log image BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston) - The Cap!!

BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston) - Looking west-ish log image BCP072 - Calgary (Cranston) - Looking west-ish

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