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Old 11-08-2008   #1
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Lost throw bag at Cisco Landing

I'm missing a yellow large rope bag with a "Hyside" label. It doesn't have a name on it, unfortunately. I may have left it at Cisco, maybe even Lower D. Or maybe one of the kayakers from our group ended up with it?

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If not, does anyone have more bags than they use? I'd love to buy a used one.

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This was last weekend by the way. I just got everything put away and realized it's gone.
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I'm missing a yellow large rope bag with a "Hyside" label. It doesn't have a name on it, unfortunately. I may have left it at Cisco, maybe even Lower D. Or maybe one of the kayakers from our group ended up with it?

Anyway, a reward will be provided to the returner.

If not, does anyone have more bags than they use? I'd love to buy a used one.

We just ran Westwater this past weekend ( 8 Nov. -9th) We camped at the Little D camp site on the river left. I never saw your throw bag there, nor did we see it at the Cisco take-out.

Hope it turns up for ya!
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We just ran Westwater this past weekend ( 8 Nov. -9th) We camped at the Little D camp site on the river left. I never saw your throw bag there, nor did we see it at the Cisco take-out.

Hope it turns up for ya!
Thanks. It's probably gone forever. Either that or one of my crew has it and won't take the time to look through their gear....
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grif plunder?

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Thanks. It's probably gone forever. Either that or one of my crew has it and won't take the time to look through their gear....
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I looked. Twice. I swear.

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Thanks. It's probably gone forever. Either that or one of my crew has it and won't take the time to look through their gear....
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Grif did throw me a turkey leg!
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Were you "bout to lose your life" at the time of the turkey leg toss?
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I was in grave danger from gradual liver damage. I kept that turkey leg next to me all day, but when a boat in our group flipped I just wasn't close enough to throw it. Come to think of it, I had the turkey leg ready, I have no idea where my throw bag was....

Safety first.
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Sounds like a perilous journey. If not for the courage of the fearless crew...
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