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

Saturday, 26 September 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP442 Mount Baldy
N51° 00.728 W115° 02.957

I have no problem with DanOCan dragging us up the mountain, it's not his fault I took a tumble. What is unforgiveable is the fact that when we got back down and off to his campsite, he had no beer!! That's a reason not to talk to him again (UK Can will agree with me here!). Lucky for him, his buddy saved the day with a few Coronas. He was at Mt. Kidd and UK and I were at Boulton Creek for the weekend. Great day. I'll post a photo when I find my cell/camera.

The tumble wasn't too bad. Scared the bejeepers out of me. If got a few bruises, some rock rash and a couple of good gashes, but I will live to climb another moutain.

Thanks for another great BCP.

[This entry was edited by BearGPS on Sunday, September 27, 2009 at 5:38:43 PM.]

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