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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Sunday, March 21, 2010Alberta, Canada

N 53° 33.750 W 113° 26.183

BCP451 - Ada Blvd
Elev. 658 metres

The area around ground zero was mostly bare ground; mostly. There was enough ice still on the grass to cover dozens of brass caps. I soon discovered that the ice that was sitting on flat ground broke up and moved with almost no effort at all. The one spot that didn't.... deflected the compass. After chipping away a few inches of not too hard ice, it was time to bail; as soon the ice plugging the depression was gone, muddy water wanted to take its place. So it was bail, bail, bail, then soak up the last bit of water with paper towels and quickly take the shot. The cap is as beat up as many urban caps are, but the numbers turned out to be more or less clear in the photo. Thanks for the cap, outforthehunt.

BCP451

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