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    Unhappy Lost: Stuffed Blue Chameleon with AWESOME MAGNET FEET

    Hello all,
    So I'm a dummy, and left my best (and only) trail mascot behind during my recent LT thru. If you found him (or find him), please drop me a line and I'll be glad to cover the cost of his ticket home.

    Name: Little Buddy
    AKA: Lil' Buddy, Buddy, Hiker Trash
    Species: Stuffed Chameleon
    Age: hmmm... ten? but a sprightly ten!
    Color: Blue with a shiny metallic blue around his neck
    Distinguishing Markings/Features:
    • BIG freakin eyeballs
    • MAGNETIC FEET that stick to everything steel with love. Little Buddy LOVES your Super-UL Cast-Iron Trail Skillet.
    • Did I mention this is a bright blue stuffed chameleon we're talking about? See photo below if you're struggling with this.


    Hearts and Stars,
    Chris

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    Aw, man, sorry to hear you lost your buddy. Hope you get him back.
    Ken B
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    Bumping this to the top. I know how I would feel if I lost the Angry Bird that rides on the back of my pack. Your loss reveals to me that I need to give my companion a name. Good luck getting him back.
    In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years. - Abraham Lincoln

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    I have lost a dragon in a similar situation.

    If you had your chameleon close by you during meal time before you misplaced him, he may have had a residual food odor that attracted a hungry animal. Thusly, he may have succumbed to disemboweling by a bear or a similar woodland predator.

    I will be meditating positive energy to speed his return to you regardless of condition. It's the not knowing that hurts so bad.

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