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Dendrite74

Lost Camera!

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Summit attempt via Emmons/Winthrop route on Saturday July 14th, denied at 13,500' due to a team member with altitude issues, everything turned out ok tho'! Bad news is I lost my camera on the trip out Sunday with all the pics! It was a small black/silver Olympus digital in a black Lowe case, lost somwhere between the bottom of the steep section of the Interglacier and Glacier Basin. If ANYONE has found it please let me know via this forum! Thanks!

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Yip! On the way out when we closed our climb itinerary at the White River Ranger station I filled out a Lost and Found report so they will call if anyone turns one in.

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You, sir, are in luck. I found your camera on Sunday in the glissade track (aka lost and found department) on the Inter Glacier while restocking my supply of trekking poles, wallets and water bottles. Send me an email and I'll get it back to you. kerr.sheldon@gmail.com or sheldonkerr.com.

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Thanks fantastic Sheldon, thanks a million!! Left all my info on your VM. You've confirmed my faith in climbers (and guides!) ettiquette! :-)

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