Reading Hornets thread about his lost Ipad and phone has prompted me to tell this story. Recently I had an accident on my bike and suffered an injury requiring transport by ambulance and hospitalisation. When I arrived in the emergency room there was a buzz of activity and so many things happening, it was all a blur made worse by the pain relief. I can remember my gear coming off but thats about all. They put all your stuff in a big brown paper bag. Later, when things settled down I looked for my watch. I assumed it had been taken off in emergency along with a silver chain I had around my neck. The chain was there but no sign of my watch. Several days passed and still no sign of my watch and I assumed it was lost and gone for good. It was a nice watch and cost me about $800, certainly not the most expensive, but not a real cheapie either. I was a bit sad to lose it, and I must admit my first thought was it had been stolen. So I am in my hospital bed recovering from surgery and the phone rings. There is a man on the line who asked if I was involved in a motorcycle accident and was I missing my watch. Turns out this guy had stopped to assist following the accident and found my watch on the roadside. With all the excitement he put it in his pocket and forgot about it until after I had left in the ambulance. He had traced where I had been taken and managed to find the ward and bed I was in. Can you imagine how hard that would be without knowing my name or other details. We exchanged addressees and he posted the watch back to me. It was unmarked and only required a new pin to secure the band. I sent him a gift as a token of my appreciation. There are good people in this world.