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Lost Wallet, Sitton Peak

 
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Location: Orange County, CA

PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 2:57 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

outwhere wrote:
Fess up Hikin' Jim.... you were determined to find your wallet because you had some soon-to-expire Arby's coupons in there... 😉

Hey, don't be embarrassed --- I'd risk my life on Eaton Canyon's Razorback if I knew there was a stash of coupons for Arby's Curly Fries up there somewhere... 😨
Arby's is all right, but that doesn't justify Razorback.  Now 31 Flavors coupons...   Wink

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:28 am    Post subject: Re: Lost wallet - found Reply with quote

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With trail head break ins an unfortunate reality in Southern California, I think I'll continue to carry a "hiker's wallet"


We were in Icehouse Canyon for the first time this year on Wednesday. There were signs posted warning about car break-in's.   Twisted Evil
I've been lucky so far, but friends of mine have been hit.  It really sucks.

Don't leave anything of value in the car, and certainly don't leave anything showing.  If you have a lockable trunk (i.e. you can disable the trunk release inside the car), lock it so that the trunk can't be opened even if they get in the car.

Too bad that tar and feathers have gone out of style...  Twisted Evil

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