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Lost Camera on Cooper Spur

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We topped out on Cooper Spur last Tuesday morning (June 16) at 6:10 AM. Unfortunately, our digital camera (silver Canon Digital ELPH) took the quick ride down about 100' from the top. From our angle, it was impossible to tell if it stayed on the Spur or twisted left as it plummeted towards the Eliot Glacier.


I'm sure it's ruined, but we'd like to salvage the memory card if we can.


If anyone finds it, please contact us and we've pay for shipping it home. You can reach me at (wildstudy "AT" gmail.com)


Thanks so much.

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