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Old 07-12-2015   #1
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Eastern Slope, Colorado
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Railroad Bridge: Lost Nalgene With Locker

I left my tall Nalgene with locking carabiner on the back of the trailer at Railroad Bridge today. I'll gladly buy a bomber in exchange for it.

PM me or call (3O7) Three nine nine nineteen seventy five.
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