Lost Sleeping Pad - help!

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Lost Sleeping Pad - help!

Post by astrogerly » Sat Jun 30, 2018 3:49 pm

Hey guys! Posting on behalf of my husband, Dmasten. We just got back from Muriel Lake (camped 6/29), revisiting our wedding site and had lots of company - skeeters galore. He can't find his sleeping pad in his backpack, and he thinks it might still be where we camped at Muriel (near the outlet next to a giant boulder - photo attached). He thinks when he was taking stuff out of the tent it might have rolled off and he didn't catch it when packing. :( It's a Therm-a-rest NeoAir Xtherm and is in a dark gray sack (the one that it came with). He's pretty bummed right now - since we have to go massively light weight due to my back/weight restrictions. If any of you come across it, or hear of anyone finding one, can you point them to myself or Dmasten? Thanks!
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Re: Lost Sleeping Pad - help!

Post by bluefintu » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:28 pm

I was just there Saturday, Sunday and Today and I did not see it, but, my friend did find something else in the same area that has some value and I'd like to return it. Is there a "Lost and Find" site?

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Re: Lost Sleeping Pad - help!

Post by astrogerly » Tue Jul 10, 2018 6:00 pm

@bluefintu - Bummer about not seeing our sleeping pad. Thanks for posting about not seeing it though. I'm still kinda shocked my husband didn't notice it missing while re-packing his pack... and that neither of us saw it when we turned while hiking out to do a quick check. I guess the dark gray little sack it packs down into just blended in too much. :(

Not sure about a lost and found section of the site... that's why I posed in the campfire section. I wasn't sure where to post my dilemma.

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