We find all kinds of things under chairlifts, usually gloves, single ski poles and occasionally cellphones, but an off duty security guard at Vail found an unusual item that they definitely want to return to whoever lost it. If you know who lost the urn, let them know Vail found it and they really want to find its rightful owner. If you lost that urn, I like where you heads at right up until the moment you dropped it into pow. Regardless, Vail has it and they want to get it back to you.
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