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Travel Bug Dog Tag Tex and Cookie

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Owner:
evie3211
Released:
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Origin:
Texas, United States
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of VillaZilla13.

This is not collectible.

Use TB6127T to reference this item.

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Current GOAL

To visit as many places as possible by September of 2014.

About This Item

Howdy! We're Tex and Cookie!

Howdy y’all! We're Tex and Cookie! We're some friends of some great kids in the Fellowship Church Children's Ministry. They have been wondering what we are doing this summer. We told them we are learning lessons from the Bible while going on an adventure all around the world! And guess what fellow geocachers? You can take us there! Take us with you wherever you go this summer - to the beach, your backyard, on a cruise, on a plane, in the car - anywhere!

There are several of us floating around. So to log: If you have our original dog tag, log as normal (grabbed, dropped, etc). If you have our paper copies, make sure you click "Discovered" and then post your log. We would love to have a picture of you with us on your log along with the location you took the picture! Then, Instagram or Facebook your pictures with us and be sure to hashtag the words #FlatTexCookie to have your photo featured in the photo gallery on LeadershipForKids.tv/TexCookie!

Thanks for your help! Our friends are going to be so exited to see where we go! Let's travel!

Gallery Images related to Tex and Cookie

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Tracking History (5478.2mi) View Map

Write note 12/9/2014 glitterysteam posted a note for it   Visit Log
Just located it, my timing is a little off but I will take it home to Toronto with me this week and drop it off.
Discovered It 11/15/2014 brassrose discovered it   Visit Log
saw it today with the group in the park
Discovered It 11/15/2014 The Caching Dead discovered it   Visit Log
Discovered a paper copy in River Legacy Park this afternoon.
Discovered It 11/15/2014 ham2405 discovered it   Visit Log
Seen in LTBB&B.
Discovered It 11/15/2014 BE Viking discovered it   Visit Log
Found this one while wandering around RLP
Grab It (Not from a Cache) 10/20/2014 VillaZilla13 grabbed it   Visit Log
Found proxy in GC4N15H "Shower Curtain Rod" while out on a dallas spree. I brought home with me to Tulsa where I will set free very soon & upload pics! Thanks for the bug we will have fun!! :D
Discovered It 9/29/2014 BE Viking discovered it   Visit Log
Saw this one while out caching in Mesquite, TX
Write note 8/29/2014 Fugads posted a note for it   Visit Log
I've held onto this TB way too long. When I picked it up int he Smokey Mountains, I somehow got it into my head to drop it off in downtown Knoxville, near where I am living. Despite being close by, I somehow didn't end up in Knoxville for quite a while, but this TB came with me all over the place. I took it to a cave in Kentucky, the gorgeous Cumberland Falls, a CITO (Cache In Trash Out) event that I hosted at a local waterfall, all over Oak Ridge and Clinton Tennessee (with their rich history in nuclear energy), back into North Carolina to the Blue Ridge Parkway, where wild blueberries were ripe and tasty... and finally to Knoxville, where I managed to take a shot of it at the iconic Sunsphere from the World's Fair Park. I wish this TB many excellent journeys ahead.
  • <span class="LogImgTitle">Knoxville Sunsphere</span><p class="LogImgDescription">The iconic Sunsphere from the 1982 World&#39;s Fair in Knoxville.</p>
  • <span class="LogImgTitle">West End Quarry of Oak Ridge TN</span><p class="LogImgDescription">A secluded spot in Oak Ridge TN where this bug accompanied me to a FTF.</p>
  • <span class="LogImgTitle">CITO at Potters Falls</span><p class="LogImgDescription">This bug came with me to a CITO I organized at a small waterfall known as POtter Falls. This falls is famous for a photo of a kayaker going over it, one of the first falls to be run this way. It is a LONG drop for a kayak.</p>
  • <span class="LogImgTitle">Sam's Knob NC</span><p class="LogImgDescription">I carried this TB up to the summit of Sam&#39;s Knob, a short hike in the Bluer Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Blueberries everywhere!</p>
  • <span class="LogImgTitle">Caver's Plunge</span><p class="LogImgDescription">Taking the TB deep into a cave in Kentucky.</p>
Dropped Off 8/29/2014 Fugads placed it in Discover Knoxville #1: Blue Plate Special Tennessee - 72.42 miles  Visit Log
Discovered It 8/28/2014 KidWrangler discovered it   Visit Log
Discovered out grabbing a cache today.
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