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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Lost Snowboard @ Winter Park

I thought I'd put this out there just incase anyone happened to find it or knows someone who has.

On Monday my roommate drove off from the Mary Jane parking lot without his snowboard. Makes for a funny story but really sucks for him. He didn't even realize his mistake until yesterday. He called Winter Park but nobody has turned it in.

The board: A 153cm green and black Flow board with red and yellow Flow bindings.

I know it's very unlikely he'll get it back but at least there is a small chance someone may know somebody that found it.
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DOH!



Yeah, sucks for him. You should always rack your board before you pop open the beers.
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Well that's better than the guy that didn't close his roof rack leaving Copper and had his whole families equipment destroyed by a semi on I 70.


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I felt pretty embarrassed about leaving a pair of gloves on a gondola once but this takes the cake.

It's a really stupid mistake and I'm sure he'll have a good laugh about it eventually but for now, I'm trying to avoid rubbing it in too much. :signlol:
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Oh I've roofed gloves before. But a board, nope...
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Your buddy should feel good.............he probably made somebody's X-mas.
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Time to see SANTA! I'm sure this would be a no-no for him Hopefully whoever pick it up will ride it the following weekend, then you and your friend can get it back in a civilize manner :-)

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Surprised this was able to happen with A-Basin's pot gestapo on patrol!
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Yeah, never left a board myself, but it has happened to my friend. Walked into the lodge to get something to eat, put his board down, and then walked to my car and we left, and neither of us thought nothing of it until the next day. Luckily a good samaratin had brought it into the "Lost and Found" area and we got it the next day.
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