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Travel Bug Graveyard
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They are gone... but not forgotten.
This is a place where owners of travel bugs that have "passed on" may bury and memorialize them. This gets deceased bugs off the cache pages as well as out of the owners' hands; while still maintaining the history, logs, and finds for the bugs. Visitors and mourners alike may come here to visit and read the life stories of bugs that have been laid to rest..
In this cemetery, re-incarnation can happen. If you have buried a bug here but later decide to attach a copy of the tag to a new bug and release it, simply retrieve your bug from this cache and redeposit it wherever you have chosen for your bug to begin its new life.
When holding your funeral, please respect the sanctity of these hallowed grounds by logging your visit only as a note. "Found" entries upset the spirits and will be promptly deleted without notice.
To bury a dead bug here, make sure it is in your inventory and then post a note log here indicating what bug you are burying. When you post your note, select the bug you are buring from the "travelers" dropdown list and it will be deposited here when you post your log.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum