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Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby Mindy » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:34 pm

I left my Nikon D40 in a Grey Case on a rock off the Blank Gulch Trail, Shav/Tab. :( Please contact me if you picked it up. Was seen on the trail by another party, but they didn't want to pick it up in case it was left intentionally.

Thanks!

Mindy

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby jeffmpls » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:56 pm

Mindy, I will be climbing shav/tab tomorrow, October 8th. If you let me know whereabout it's located, I'll grab it for you.

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby EatinHardtack » Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:53 pm

Again, it was picked up. Contact screamingmarmot and he'll get it back to you Mindy.

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby ScreamingMarmot » Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:30 pm

I found your camera!! Lets share contact info, and we can meet up. My number is 3149523121. Call n e time.

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby Mindy » Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:54 am

ScreamingMarmot wrote:I found your camera!! Lets share contact info, and we can meet up. My number is 3149523121. Call n e time.


Have your number - sent you a PM. A HUGE THANK YOU! :-D

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby pvnisher » Tue Oct 09, 2012 6:33 am

What a fortuitious story.

I had a camera fall out of my pack coming back down the the Aiguille du Midi lift and someone fortunately turned it in to lost and found after taking some cheesy photos of stuffed beavers wearing sunglasses. I was so glad to get it back. Losing cameras (or more specifically, the photos contained therein) sucks, and getting it back is great.

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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby ThuChad » Tue Oct 09, 2012 6:44 am

pvnisher wrote:What a fortuitious story.

I had a camera fall out of my pack coming back down the the Aiguille du Midi lift and someone fortunately turned it in to lost and found after taking some cheesy photos of stuffed beavers wearing sunglasses. I was so glad to get it back. Losing cameras (or more specifically, the photos contained therein) sucks, and getting it back is great.



Haha, I had the same thing happen on Holy Cross! The guy that found it took 40 pics and a few videos but I could care less since he sent it back to me.

Glad you found your camera!
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Re: Nikon D40 Left on Trail

Postby peter303 » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:36 am

Just call the name and phone number engraved on the camera. Everyone should have doen that for their most valuable stuff. \:D/

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