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

Monday, 31 July 2006Alberta, Canada

BCP 310 Camrose
N53 01.068 W112 49.855

Out on a resupply mission for our teenager who is now living in Camrose.

Within 60m of posted coords, I knew there were big problems. Read giant guard birds the size of 747's. Yep, when I got to the coords I could see an obvious depression in the ground about a meter from one of the pterodactyls. My "Nice birdie, go away" was met with a cocked neck and a loud hiss. Then the thing went back to sleep while its mate stood up in attack mode. We baled.

Took teenager fishing and a coupla hours later returned to the death zone. Rotten birds were still lying there but at least they had moved a few meters. I told teenager that no bird was going to keep me from a cap. He refused to get out of the car this time lest I get killed by the swans or arrested for harassing them.

Ever try reading the #'s off a bashed up cap covered in two inches of muck with 2 swans hissing at you?

Thanks for the cap, OFTH, and thanks for the bird watching opportunity.

Killer Camrose Cap Guards
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