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

Wednesday, July 29, 2015Alberta, Canada

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[font=Verdana]BCP496 Totem Pole[br]On tour in British Columbia and Alberta by RV we visited the "Totem Pole" in Jasper. This is an extraordinary idea for a virtual cache and we enjoyed it. Also we learned something about this topic.[br][br]Thereafter we had to buy food in Jasper for the next days on the Icefields Parkway to Lake Luise.[br][br]Thanks for the Cache with greetings from the town with the Suspension Railway in Germany says Team[br][font=Comic Sans MS][b][brown][size=2]Klingron[/size][/brown][/b][font=Verdana][br]Our found Nr. 2021

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