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    Default I lost my cell phone on the shurbure trail!

    If anyone was up at Pinkham notch/sherburne trail/hermit lake shelter and found a red cell phone, please let me know! I lost it on Sunday!
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    I heard the fox has it and has been running up charges calling his cousins in Quebec.

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    Javier predicted this.
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    I will look for it in the spring when the snow melts.
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    I am actually glad it was my phone and not my car keys! They were in the same pocket and I forgot to zip it!
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    That's kinda what I thought would happen! I just didn't want to give up hope so fast!
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    My car keys rarely travel with me in the mountains for just that reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    Javier predicted this.

    hahahha, nice


    Sorry about your phone, DG, I hope someone finds it.

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    So Bill, after you lock your car at the trailhead, the keys go into one of those magnetic boxes that you stick on the car frame? (Don't worry, I'm not going to ask for your license plate number!)

    My pack has a built-in key ring. Very nice.

    Either the fox has taken the phone, or Corey's Evil Bunny. They like to chat with their many cousins about the next evil plot they are hatching.

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    I am sure the Evil Bunny has it and is having a hare raising time with it.

    My pack has a zipper pouch with a clip in it. The keys get clipped and the zipper zipped. That has worked well in every case - for years - since the beginning of time - except for once. We met the rest of the family on the summit after they came up by train. A cousin was in no shape to hike back down (according to him - but he could have done fine if he wanted to or needed to). So he took the cog down - with the pack with my car keys in it. Keys on west side of the mountain. Car at PNVC on the east side of the mountain.

    We had a second car at PNVC and that one raced to get the keys. It worked out well - but keep the pack with you!
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