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

Friday, 12 May 2017Alberta, Canada

BCP785 Pike Point
N 50° 58.670 W 114° 06.835

The wind was at my back as I biked down into Fish Creek Park, up the other side and on toward BCP785. I made it to GZ amazingly fast and began my search for a brass cap. The hint had mentioned a gravel path so I thought perhaps I had to go down a level since that trail may have been paved after the upper pathway. Once again the wind was my friend as I headed east to the spot where the lower and upper pathways meet. I found nothing at the lower level except a couple of fisherman who asked if I was okay as I poked around hunting for the elusive cap. Back I rode to the upper level and found the metal stake. I am not sure how I missed it on my first pass since I was really close. After grabbing the required picture, I started pedalling west for home and then south. The wind was most definitely not my friend and the going was slow. But I did not get rained on and got plenty of exercise so I am pleased with my afternoon outing. The picture has been sent. Thank you for a brass cap within bike range outforthehunt!

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