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Sean

Now It's Mine!

Someone left THIS near White Fir Spring...



and NOW IT'S MINE!



What have you found and made your own?
Breabonnie

AH HA Haaaaaaa!

Didn't expect that.  Too funny.  Laughing

I have seen those helium balloons around too.  I suspect they likely "got away" from the owner and finally landed when the helium gave out.
davantalus

LOL. The canyons are full of those things. I must have made 30 of them mine at this point.
fortified

You are now "Balloon boy".
Of all the balloons that are sent off in the air each day.......where are they?
I figured with the hundreds, or thousands released everyday, their should be dead balloons everywhere.
While we are on it....ever calculated how many people have died in the last 150 years? The ones buried should have covered 10-20 times more space than we see.............next stop? The Twilight zone...na,na..na,na....na, na..na, na
tekewin

Nice hat!  And you are wearing it correctly, with the nose guard in front.  You'd be surprised how many people put it on backwards. Smile
RichardK

Helium

If you find a helium balloon with some gas still in it, punch a small hole, inhale the gas and start takling.  The thin helium will raise your voice a few octaves.
Sean

Someone left THIS at Windy Gap...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

Taco

This is good.
Breabonnie

shorts...

ha ha ha...

Oh my, I hope those only fell out of someone's pack...

Embarassed  Very Happy
Sean

One more from local outings before I head to the Sierras this weekend to see what I can find on Mt. Rixford.

Someone left this along the Angeles Crest Highway...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

Taco

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
PackerGreg

Not the first balloon lost in the San Gabes...

Where Is The Balloon, American?
http://www.e-adventure.net/sky/ballooning/whereis.html
Uncle Rico

This is just wrong on so many levels.  Laughing

Sean

Someone left THIS in Manker Canyon...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

VermillionPearlGirl

Best. Thread. Ever.
Sean

Someone left THIS in Robbs Gulch...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

Sean

Someone left THIS in Polecat Gulch...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

Ellen

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
cougarmagic

I found a whole bicycle in Arroyo Seco.  Now it's mine!

Sean

Sweet! You could probably sell that to the American Pickers.
Taco

That would take some serious skill to shred on.
Sean

Someone left THESE on the Echo Amphitheater Ridge...



and now THEY'RE MINE!

Taco

HUehuehuehuehueuhhehuehueuhe
Sean

Someone left THIS at the Bridge to Nowhere ...



and NOW IT'S MINE!

tekewin

On the low from the Jake in the Taurus
Tryin to get my hands on some Grants like Horace

Cha-ching!
JeffH

Pays to get out and explore the SG's.
Taco

Deeeeeeeyum boyeeee!
Hikin_Jim

Sean:  The Quicker Picker Upper.   I'm just glad you don't hike near Sitton Peak.   Wink

HJ
Sean

Hikin_Jim wrote:
Sean:  The Quicker Picker Upper.   I'm just glad you don't hike near Sitton Peak.


I'd never keep your wallet, Jim.
Sean

Someone left THESE at an ACH turnout east of Mt. Sally...





...and NOW THEY'RE MINE!

Hikin_Jim

Laughing

HJ
Sean

Someone left THIS on the ridge between Twin Peaks and Triplet Rocks...



...and NOW IT'S MINE!

Sean

Someone left THIS near Glendora Mountain...



...and NOW IT'S MINE!

Joe_the_Hiker

Someone left this on Dawson Peak.


And now it's mine  =)
Sean

Nice! It was good seeing you on the North Backbone.
jfr

Someone left THIS on the ridge above the Dawson Saddle Trail:



And now it's MINE!
Sean

Nice find. I bet whoever lost that stuff was cursing himself the next time he went searching through his pack for it.
Sean

Someone left THIS in Sheep Canyon...



and now it's my NEW BUG NET!

Hikin_Jim

Laughing

HJ
outwhere

Or.................

This is the price 'eye' have to pay since I now seem to hike in the hood instead of the woods...

Forget picking that thing up, heck, I even backed up a couple of feet and zoomed in to take the photo

Rolling Eyes  Rolling Eyes
Sean

I think kids are simply getting high from the N2O chargers. You can probably pick that crap up without getting a disease.
Uncle Rico

You seem to know a lot about that "Erotica Cream" Sean. Is there something you'd like to share with the group?  Razz
Taco

So it's just a regular whipped cream thing?

Coulda turned Starbucks into a dungeon smh.
Sean

Uncle Rico wrote:
You seem to know a lot about that "Erotica Cream" Sean. Is there something you'd like to share with the group?  Razz


I found a similar, used cartridge in the San Gabriel Canyon once



and wondered what it was.

Thanks to Google search I now know all I want to know about whippets.

Apparently some whipped cream chargers are branded for erotic purposes. Not sure why. Whenever I have the urge to spray whipped cream on a lady, I'm too lazy to whip the cream myself. I just go to the market and buy the pre-whipped kind.
Sean

Somebody left THIS up at Baldy Notch...



...and NOW IT'S MINE!

Hikin_Jim

Yeah, I saw those when I was up there a few weeks ago.  Interesting way for a ski resort operation to make ends meet.

HJ
Sean

Hikin_Jim wrote:
Interesting way for a ski resort operation to make ends meet.


It didn't seem like they had enough snow this year for more than a few good ski days/weekends. I hope the tent cabin thing pans out. They cost $109/night.
Sean

Someone left THIS in Falling Rock Canyon ...



... and now it's the property of the Mt. Baldy Visitor Center!

Sean

Somebody deposited THIS in Skull Canyon...



...and NOW IT'S MINE for the munching!

arocknoid

Quote:
Somebody deposited THIS in Skull Canyon...



...and NOW IT'S MINE for the munching!


Well, well.

Sean BEARdain, intrepid food explorer meets plant dispersal omnivore.

How about an apertif of civet coffee?

("Hraka! Hraka!")

cheers
Tom Kenney

A variant on Kopi Luwak - it's Kopi Beruang!!!
Sean

After my Skull Canyon hike, I drove to Redbox and was surprised to see that the Haramokngna Center was still open at 7pm. I bought a soda and looked around. And in a little jar they had some of the same kind of tree nuts that I had found in the pile of bear poop. Apparently they are cherry nuts. Are there actually cherry trees full of cherries in the mountains?
Sean

Tom Kenney wrote:
A variant on Kopi Luwak - it's Kopi Beruang!!!


That's hilarious! I'll bag it up next time and sell it to coffee freaks.
Sean

Gutierrez left THIS in Icehouse Canyon...



...and NOW IT'S YUCCA'S!

Taco

lol
Sean

Somebody left this HotMocs beanie on the Angeles Crest Highway...



It has an inner pouch for holding Eispiraten.com stickers, which help keep the skull warm.



Now the beanie is MINE! I need it for chilly days when I'm self-arresting with my Barco USFS Pulaski Ax.

tekewin

Nice save! You're gonna want a tether on that ax, haha!
Ellen

Howdy Cucamonga Sean  Smile

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

The AXE man cometh  Twisted Evil

Thanks, I needed to laugh.

Miles of smiles,

Ellen
dima

That IS a good use of the beanie. Speaking of which, can we get some more stickers? Somebody want to pester simonov?
JeffH

I found some cool stuff heading up Baldy yesterday. Notable was this heart tied to a distinctive tree above the rock garden. I felt like the Tin Man.





Ellen

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Wonderful Jeff, thanks  Cool

Miles of smiles,
Ellen
Sean

Somebody left this dog leash on Winston Ridge...



and now it's MINE!

Ellen

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Priceless Cucamonga Man, thanks   Smile
Sean

Most likely an Asian lady left THIS under the Baldy chair lift...



...now it's MINE!



I feel so pretty in my sun hat and girly glasses. What ever would I wear if women never dropped stuff on the trails for me to find?
Ellen

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

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