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

Monday, 28 May 2012Alberta, Canada

BCP329 FCP
N50 55.371 W113 59.911 (coordinates, 2m accuracy)
1015m (elevation, 4.4m accuracy)

This cap was a little more challenging. After reading the previous logs, I was worried that I would DNF this one, However, after about 5min. of looking I found it. It wasn't even covered by grass. Somehow it is sitting in a spot without the tall grass (just some low, almost flush with the ground greenery). However, the cap has corroded a bit, and is kind of green itself, so in the light of the dusk, it kind of camouflage itself.

Very beautiful walk; well run actually. I only had 30min to find the two caps here before the park closed, so I ran most of the way to and from this cap. It was a very beautiful run though. I wish I lived close enough to here to do my morning running along here. I pulled out of the park with only 5 min. to spair (at 2155h).

Thanks for another great cap find!

BCP 329 FCP
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