Thank you to the person or persons who found my money pouch in the public bathrooms next to the police substation in Vail on July 24. I forgot I had taken off my belt and left the bathroom without it. I realized it wasn’t on me about 45 minutes later and rushed back to the bathroom. The police informed that it had been handed in by a person who “knew the karma” of returning it. In the bag was almost $700 from my business plus credit card receipts and customer orders. I had come to Vail to bike ride for a few hours from the Dillon Farmers Market. I would like to thank that person and express my gratitude for there being honest people in this world.
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