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Lost (forgotten) walking pole Mount Battock

Lost (forgotten) walking pole Mount Battock


Postby Backpacker » Thu Jun 04, 2020 3:35 pm

Left a walking pole (Black Diamond) leaning against a grouse butt west of Hill of Badymicks on Saturday (30 May 20)

Approx location would be NO574853 just where the track splits to head down into Glen Dye. It's mainly black with red flashing.

If anyone comes across it please let me know
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Re: Lost (forgotten) walking pole Mount Battock

Postby scott duncan » Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:11 pm

Hi, was up there today and checked the four grouse butts nearest to the top of the track but no sign of your pole. Looks like someone's given it a new home. You could always try the polis to see if anyone's handed it in. I found a £370 Tissot watch in Glen Shee a few years ago and handed in as lost property so it can happen. Realistically tho, your best bet is to ask Santa in six months time :)
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Re: Lost (forgotten) walking pole Mount Battock

Postby Backpacker » Sat Jun 20, 2020 9:17 pm

Thanks for having a look, thought it might have been a long shot, still got its partner so not all bad
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