Last year, a park ranger at Glacier National Park in Montana found a teddy bear near a hiking trail and decided to hang onto it.  He put it on his dashboard and joked that it was his patrol car’s official mascot.

Then last week, a hiker saw the bear through his windshield . . . and realized it must be the same teddy bear their friends’ DAUGHTER lost on a hike last year.  It was the first gift they gave her before adopting her from an orphanage in Ethiopia in 2016.  So she’d had it her whole life, and was thrilled to get it back.