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I lost my Garmin on Ben Dubhchraig

I lost my Garmin on Ben Dubhchraig

Postby adeejaysdelight » Sat Jul 30, 2016 3:01 pm

Route description: Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig, near Tyndrum

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Dubhchraig, Ben Oss

Date walked: 30/07/2016

Distance: 17.5 km

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Hi Guys,

I've used this site for a while now and found it very helpful to get my Munro career started. I was out on Ben Dubhchraig on 19/07/2016, with the intention of bagging both this Mountain, and Ben Oss. The weather wasn't very pleasant and I about turned around 100m from the top of Dubhchraig.

At some point closer to the bottom, and within 3 miles of the car park (I think) my blue Garmin Vivofit watch made it's way off my wrist and on to the mountain. Unfortunately I never noticed until I was back at the car and getting changed. Buying another isn't an issue as such, but this one was a gift from my climbing buddy and has a bit of sentiment attached to it. If any of you walkers find it, I'd really appreciate having it back. I'd be happy to pay for all costs incurred in getting it back to me. I'll even spot you a couple of pints for your trouble ;).

You can message me on here for my address. I'll give it a couple of weeks before I replace it and see what happens.

Thank you in advance and kindest regards

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