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Found it Strider's Ride found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Saturday, 29 March 2014Alberta, Canada

N 51° 06.664 W 114° 05.880

BCP639 Makers' Madness Flash Cap

The latest installment in the ongoing brass cap saga produced quite a sight this afternoon on Nose Hill with all the usual suspects on hand to take part in the hunt. It was cool[the weather] and unusual seeing so many keen cap hunters gathered in the same location at once, not to mention a fair number of other interested parties.

In an attempt to reveal this edition, we all worked scraping the snow away searching for any indication of a MP or depression, but it was van der Decken's moment to shine with a demonstration on how best to use compass deflection to locate the brass.

Without a doubt, an enjoyable time was had by all despite the unseasonably chill weather.

TFTCap ofth

All hands on deck!

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All hands on deck! All hands on deck!

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