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

Friday, March 31, 2017Alberta, Canada

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BCP 508 Fort Assiniboine
N54° 18.717 W114° 39.117

The coordinates were supplied by myself so I know they are good. I was on the island in 2005 doing a land survey for the land owner directly SE of said monument. He was retiring and had decided he wanted to subdivide out a parcel for his kids to build their home on. As was stated in the original write up, the First original Fort Assiniboine was placed here long before the present day town was established upriver. Despite a certain log on this cap last year,this witness post,pits and mound were never found by the previous finder. I am pretty upset that my favourite geocache GC43F3 is being let go to a single cap find so I am exacting my revenge by logging this cap. Thanks OFTH for a great cache that lasted nearly 800 caps and 15 years. Fitting that the last cap is the 15 year anniversary cap. This had better not be an April Fools Joke.

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