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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-18-2010, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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Yesterday I picked up a ladies watch near the summit of Yak Peak. It is still in working order. Contact me if you know the owner.
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Maybe the bears ate her? [] And only left the watch behind...
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No probably was a goat.
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Maybe the bears ate her? [] And only left the watch behind...
Since I found it very close to Yak Crack, I thought it might be yours
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this recent TR mentions losing a watch on Yak: https://www.clubtread.com/sforum/topi...TOPIC_ID=37418

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try Kanike
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that's mine darling...bring it to me and i'll give you a kiss [:X]
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Thanks hb. Tim, sounds like you might have found my watch. Amazing... I've e-mailed you a description. J.
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Thanks hb. Tim, sounds like you might have found my watch. Amazing... I've e-mailed you a description. J.
I love it when CT helps connect people to recovering lost items.

I remember the set of crampons Burnaby Hiker lost when he went up to Williamson Lake. Another hiker found them plus a packsack, I was happy to pick up the crampons in Abbotsford and get them to its owner, Chris...

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Thanks hb. Tim, sounds like you might have found my watch. Amazing... I've e-mailed you a description. J.
Yes, a happy ending indeed.
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