Found Sunday December 4th at approximately 12:00 while heading east on the Hyannis trail. It was your usual 355ml can with a couple dents and scratches in the Pilsner paint job.
I awoke to an unfamiliar brightness in my room and it could only mean one thing, the sun must be out. I got dressed and headed for the trails, I traversed across lower Seymour then started the steady and sometimes steep climb up to the trails. After finally reaching an acceptable elevation I started the decent through the golden forest and along the way was blessed with some of the best conditions that you can get during the winter months. The dirt was golden and moist but not muddy, the rocks were dry and grippy, unfortunately my mouth was dry due to the cold air rushing through the huge smile on my face. Then bam, trails over and the legs are tired it must be time to go home so I start making my way back.
As I'm heading home I found the beer can it was laying there neglected, forgotten and glistening in the cold sunlight. Due to the dents in the can I suspected it was involved in an accident and had slowly bled out overnight unable to gather the strength the call out for help. I reached down to help the fallen solder to the recycling bin so that he would be able to help someone in the after life but was surprised when I discovered that it was only taking a rest in the rare December sunlight. I shouted with joy and promptly shoved the can into my pack so that I could get him to the cold dark refrigerator where he would be able to make a full recovery.
I made it back home about an hour later overcome with joy about the perfect conditions and helping a fallen beer can find new life. As I arrived home I unpacked my bag and there the beer can was, cold to the touch, dented and scratched but now cold and full of life. I hopped into the shower and cracked the beer and reflected on the wonderful winter ride.
The contents of that can are now gone but will not be forgotten. If this sounds like your missing beer can I apologize for enjoying it but in hopes of reuniting the can with its owner I have saved it from the recycling bin and your welcome to come pick it up and return it yourself.
If this is your can please PM me with a detailed description of the exterior.