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

Wednesday, 05 October 2016Alberta, Canada

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Mrs BVPete had to pick up a few things in Calgary this morning so I went along for the ride. After attending to that business I suggested we travel back to Cochrane via High River, this route, of course, being a well known short cut . We made our way south with few, if any, traffic delays thankfully and soon were speeding along hwy 2 south, arriving in High River and the cap just before noon. The cap was a quick find with only a few leaves hiding it, I acquired the required info, took a few photos of the old water tower and returned to the car. Then it was time to have a bit of lunch before heading on to Cochrane using many well known back roads and some lesser known short cuts. We enjoyed our big loop drive, even though it was grey day the autumn Alberta scenery was still beautiful.

Thanks for posting this cap ofth, close to the historic High River water tower.

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