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

Wednesday, 25 March 2009Alberta, Canada

BCP431 Alberta Parks #2

N51° 15.040’ W114° 23.026’

Brutus was demanding that I take him for a walk this afternoon and he said he wanted to go to Big Hill Springs Park I agreed, so off we went for the walk and to find the new cap. I used my snowshoes to travel around the loop today and it was very nice in all the fresh deep snow. Once the walking (snowshoeing) part was done Brutus allowed me to go and find the well buried cap. I do like these small Alberta Parks Caps, thanks ofth!

Ice sculptures.

Additional Images Additional Images

Ice sculptures. Ice sculptures.

The view upstream today. The view upstream today.

Brutus does love the snow. Brutus does love the snow.

The cap shot. The cap shot.

My trail to the cap. My trail to the cap.

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