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Property of Cat5

Started: 2006-03-03 22:39:19

Submitted: 2006-03-03 22:51:38

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My manager gave me the afternoon off (there's more of a story there, but it won't be told tonight), so I drove up Flagstaff Road and hiked up to the summit of Green Mountain. When I returned to my vehicle, I spotted something on my bumper I hadn't seen before.

Yoda (the Civic)

I put my camera into macro mode for a closer look:

TL: Property of Cat5

There are, of course, the usual suspects, but I haven't cornered anyone and demanded answers. Yet.

(I can't fathom any way the usual suspects would have been able to hunt down my vehicle while it was parked at the trail head this afternoon. The next best option is my employer's parking lot this morning, but I think I would have spotted it when I departed early in the afternoon. Except that I was happy to be out early, so I may not have been paying enough attention to the bumper.)

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