LOST! : Big Mountain, Whitefish, Montana, USA on 2014-02-20

On Feb 21st, we received this message from Heidi S. D.:

“LOST GoPro Hero 3- Whitefish Montana. Lost on Feb 20 while skiing at Big Mountain. Broke off my helmet. If found reward offered. Videos of my kids skiing on it”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

BTW, think that Mum and Dad contacted us…
Here’s another message:

LOST- WHITEFISH Montana- Big Mountain -Feb 2014
Lost our gopro Hero today (Feb 20 2014) skiing at Big Mountain. Lost between 1 and 5pm. Really sucks because we had some video of our kids skiing and our son trying to snowboard on the camera. If found reward is offered.
Shawn

LOST! : skiing at Morzine – Les Gets, Haute-Savoie, France on 2014-02-23

On Feb 23rd, we received this message from James G.:

“Lost while skiing at Morzine Les Gets in France  on 23 February 2014. – reward paid for Finder! Thanks
James G.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form (http://thelostgopro.com/contact-us/). We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

New way I will handle the backlog

Dear visitor,

As usual, the backlog is huge!
Right now I have 130 messages to read (Feb 21st) (UPDATE as of March 15th: 220, April 4th: 305, April 21st: 402, May 29th: 520…),  google the place (i.e. “Hey there! I lost my GoPro/Contour/Sony kayaking on the Versoix River, close to the Chocolate factory, Please help! John Doe”) to find out where it is, rephrase the English (even-though English is not my mother tongue), and so on.

I think that FOUND Cameras are those that could be reunited pretty quickly, so I will stay focused and start with them. Then I will eventually continue with the LOSTS…

Hope that you will understand this decision.

Bests

Mr. G.

PS a close friend (a well-known web developer, and DJ) is currently working on a V2.0… More efficient (for you and for me), more actual functionalities, using a database (easier to search).
The only downside: Ads will be present. I can not afford a top class web developer, the hosting, etc.
So the website will still be free, but you will have to endure banners…

LOST! : during skiing on the slope, Passo del Tonale, Italy, on 2014-01-21

On Jan 30th, we received this message from Vitek K.:

“Hi! I Lost my GoPro Camera Hero3 black during skiing on the slope called “Blaise” in Passo del Tonale (Italy). SanDisc 32GB inside with e.g. selfie photos and videos (camera attached to the ski).
Thanks to the finder to contact theLostGoPro.com. Reward if found! Vitek”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : on the big island, Hawaii cliff, USA on 2014-01-21

On Jan 30th, we received this message from Erika S.:

“Hi I lost my go pro hero 3 black edition on the big island, Hawaii cliff jumping off south point on Tuesday January 21st. There is a head mount attached to the camera and there will be goped (motorized scooter) footage of my brother as well as me cliff jumping in a multicolored bikini. There’s other footage of my hike to koko crater on Oahu and random videos of my Oahu adventure. I’m offering a $100 reward upon return of the camera and memory card. You can contact me at 619 xxx xxx or by emailxxxxx@xxxxx.com. My name is Erika. Thank you very much
Erika S.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : On the shorebreak of Wyndham Tangerine, Cabarete, Dominican Republic, on 2014-01-24

On Jan 29th, we received this message from Greg G.:

“Hi! I Lost my GoPro Camera model Hero3+ on the shorebreak of Wyndham tangerine in Cabarete during SUP Session . A stronger one snap it of my Head. It was affixed with the head strap. The memory card contains some videos of my friends, myself, horse riding , Visit of Paris.
Thanks to the finder to contact theLostGoPro.com. Reward if found! Greg.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : on the shore of Redgate beach, Margaret River, Western Australia, on 2014-01-22

On Jan 28th, we received this message from Annie M.:

“G-day, I Lost my GoPro Camera model Hero3 black edition on the shore of Redgate beach in Margaret River. Has a blue and black grenade grip handle. The memory card contains some videos of myself and partner playing in the waves and before that giant stingrays. Thanks to the finder to contact TheLostGoPro.com. Reward if found! Annie”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : Marine St., La Jolla, San Diego, CA, USA on 2014-01-18

On Jan 27th, we received this message from Ryan T.:

“Lost Saturday 1-18 at marine street. hero 3 black not plus, it has a sandisk 64gb card which has photos of Nicaragua and obviously la Jolla. REWARD
Ryan T.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : on the beach of Cancun, Mexico on 2014-01-25

On Jan 26th, we received this message from Igor:

“Lost! GoPro Hero 3+ silver, mounted on the head strap, on the beach of Cancun Mexico on 1-25-2014. Videos on there are very important to me and I will pay a reward if it is returned. Last video on there will be of me diving into the wave and Next many hours of camera bouncing around under water. I know there are still good people out there so please contact me if you find it. Thank you!”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

LOST! : at Middleton beach, South Australia, on 2014-01-25

On Jan 26th, we received this message from Lucas Di U.:

“Lost Gopro Hero 3 White at Middleton beach, South Australia on the 25th January. Connected to a head mount and contained a 32 gb micro sd with video of kiting with a stunt kite (may catch a glimpse of a red flatcap in this video as the camera was mounted with a head strap on top of my hat) and some surfing videos. The board I was using had 3 hexagons at the front (Tom Curren board).
My gopro was everything to me, reward offered if found!
Lucas Di U.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.