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simato73

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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #15 on: May 19, 2016, 11:42:39 »
I "only" took some gear with me on the way back home. :)

Do you remember seeing the glove when you collected your items, and can you remember what time it was?
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #16 on: May 19, 2016, 14:49:43 »
Simone (simato73), I had also heard you (or someone??) lost some keys? Did you find them? I wanted to let you (or whomever) know that I looked under sofas & beds and under sofa cushions for lost keys and other items before I left the cottage but I did not find any keys. I hope you did find those.

I did find a 1-pound coin between two sofa cushions which I left for the cleaners to find. "-)
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #17 on: May 19, 2016, 15:17:29 »

I did find a 1-pound coin between two sofa cushions which I left for the cleaners to find. "-)

please show us your UV macro of it
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #18 on: May 19, 2016, 15:25:25 »
Simone (simato73), I had also heard you (or someone??) lost some keys? Did you find them? I wanted to let you (or whomever) know that I looked under sofas & beds and under sofa cushions for lost keys and other items before I left the cottage but I did not find any keys. I hope you did find those.

I did find a 1-pound coin between two sofa cushions which I left for the cleaners to find. "-)

That was me, but it was a false alarm. The keys were in my suitcase and I found them after one day.
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #19 on: May 19, 2016, 15:27:15 »
Whatever is not claimed - I will send my address.
The cashmere owner haven't looked for his cashmere yet - Better you ask WHO on the trip owns a cashmere  ;D ;D ;D
(better skip the battery - I think everyone owns one of those)
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #20 on: May 19, 2016, 15:52:16 »
Well a Nikon EN-EL-3e battery was supplied with the D700, D300S, D300, and D200 cameras.  That might narrow things down a little.

(It also works in the D100, D70, D70S, and the D50.)
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #21 on: May 19, 2016, 16:54:48 »
I have lots of Cashmere stuff but I took all of it home.

This IS a funny thread for all who have not lost anything.

Poor Simone.

Have you heared of the famous Scotch "glove eater"?

It is a cat like creatue with a beaver tail that lives beneath
old oak trees and needs one glove a year to build a nest for
her litter to raise. Never seen one in UV or IR though.....
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #22 on: May 19, 2016, 17:03:01 »
If the glove was anywhere close to a washing machine it is probably gone forever...    :)
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #23 on: May 19, 2016, 17:07:21 »
Yeah... go on, laugh at me.
This is a serious matter.
That poor little glove is out there all alone,  scared and it is pining to be reunited with me.
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #24 on: May 19, 2016, 17:14:25 »
Indeed, we need to take the gloves off about this glove :D
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #25 on: May 19, 2016, 17:36:16 »
That cashmere "Red Herring" brand is a Scottish one, I think. So it might have been left by previous tenants unless some NG member went shopping while in Scotland? I certainly wanted to, but refrained this time due to the rather steep airline ticket price I'm going to be paying soon when the credit card bill arrives. (...groan....)

I know that glove was with the lost & found at some point because Anthony & I looked at it. It could be that it is hitch-hiking home even as I write. It might also have met a nice companion and is off on a lark. You never know with gloves.

P.S. Happy to hear the keys were safe.
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #26 on: May 19, 2016, 17:54:25 »
That cashmere "Red Herring" brand is a Scottish one, I think. So it might have been left by previous tenants unless some NG member went shopping while in Scotland? I certainly wanted to, but refrained this time due to the rather steep airline ticket price I'm going to be paying soon when the credit card bill arrives. (...groan....)

I know that glove was with the lost & found at some point because Anthony & I looked at it. It could be that it is hitch-hiking home even as I write. It might also have met a nice companion and is off on a lark. You never know with gloves.

P.S. Happy to hear the keys were safe.

Soon enough I will be receiving postcards from my glove, posted from all over the world.
Simone Tomasi

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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #27 on: May 19, 2016, 18:17:35 »
Soon enough I will be receiving postcards from my glove, posted from all over the world.

LOL... ;D
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Re: Scotland - lost and found at the lodges
« Reply #28 on: May 19, 2016, 23:10:35 »
This IS a funny thread for all who have not lost anything.

and even for those who were not there. It is a good series :)
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