Volume 2, Number 11 - June 13, 2002
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In our March 21 issue, we ran an article on a tortoise named Salsa, and the response the Examiner staff and Salsa's family received was overwhelming.
However, Salsa, tortoise that he is, went for a walk June 5 and, according to family members Gillian McFarland and her folks, Jan Allen and Michael McFarland, he's not home yet!
He was last seen on Oxbow Lane, off Highway 191 between Pinedale & Boulder. Salsa likes to warm up during the noon hour, eat, ramble and heads for cover at dusk, under ground or in some kind of shelter, i.e. stalls. Salsa is a land tortoise, weighing between 45 and 60 pounds, is 18 inches across, travels fairly fast and responds to his name.
His family needs him to come home and is offering a $500 reward for his safe return.
If you have seen Salsa or heard anything of his whereabouts, please call his family at 537-4219.
His family is grateful to all who have helped in the search.
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