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

Saturday, 20 September 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP361 Olds

Robins and chickadees sang to us as we made the last find of our day caching with Manjalou. Glorious weather, interesting caches, colourful scenery and a streak of good luck had been the order of the day, not to mention excellent company who came with two pairs of sharp eyes!

After achieving our 3000th cache find at the other brass cap in Olds quite unaware that we had reached a milestone, we continued here in like manner to make what we would discover over 24 hours later was our 50th cap find. Perhaps 50 caps doesn't really qualify as a milestone. It doesn't matter, the numbers aren't the most important thing to us...there's so much more to the game than that!

This cap is marred by quite a number of marks, but the numbers are clearly visible. Since it had been found only three weeks ago, there was minimal clean up needed to make it picture perfect enough.

After enjoying the Brass Cap Cache 50 times it seems appropriate to once again express our gratitude to those who have made that possible. Thanks to outforthehunt for creating this very unique cache and maintaining it for all these years. Bravo! We also appreciate van der Decken and PDOPS for their helpful pages. We make regular use of them. van der Decken finally persuaded us that locating survey markers could be interesting and fun and we're grateful...and a little addicted. We also appreciated Manjalou's company on a wonderful day of fun in the sun.

Cap #50!
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