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Travel Bug Dog Tag High Degree

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Released:
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Origin:
Arizona, United States
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of Ranger Boy.

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To attend every great university/college in the world.

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High Degree

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Tracking History (25423.2mi) View Map

Visited 8/11/2018 Ranger Boy took it to 1845 The Forbidden Forest Wisconsin - .18 miles  Visit Log
Visited 8/11/2018 Ranger Boy took it to 1843 Gargamel and his Great Book of Spells Wisconsin - .18 miles  Visit Log
Visited 8/11/2018 Ranger Boy took it to 1838 Skeletor, Lord of Destruction Wisconsin - .84 miles  Visit Log
Visited 8/11/2018 Ranger Boy took it to 1849 - Rabbit out of a Hat Wisconsin - 7.46 miles  Visit Log
Visited 8/8/2018 Ranger Boy took it to Say Cheese Travel Bug Hotel Wisconsin - 23.42 miles  Visit Log
Visited 7/30/2018 Ranger Boy took it to Whip It! Wisconsin - 8.37 miles  Visit Log
Visited 7/18/2018 Ranger Boy took it to I Like Big Books and I Can Not Lie Wisconsin - 4.71 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 7/11/2018 Ranger Boy retrieved it from Make do with what you have Wisconsin   Visit Log

Taking to Pewaukee, Wisconsin. Pewaukee (meaning “Lake of Shells”) was first inhabited by Sauk, Menomonie, Winnebago and Potawatomi American Indian tribes. Settlers didn’t arrive until 1836, establishing homes along Pewaukee Lake. Among some of the earliest settlers was Deacon Asa Clark, who later became a prominent presence in Pewaukee. Upon arriving to Milwaukee, Clark joined a partnership to open the first sawmill on Pewaukee Lake, later dissolving the partnership and opening a mill in 1838. The lime and stone industry followed in 1844 and flourished for many years after. Upon the successes of early industry general stores, blacksmith and wagon shops were established to serve the growing number of workers in the area.
Soon after the extension of the railroad from Milwaukee in the 1880s, Pewaukee began to attract summer visitors in large numbers. Two prominent hotels serving the guests from Milwaukee, Chicago and other parts of the country were the Oakton Springs and Health’s. With clever advertising and word of mouth, the Pewaukee area quickly became known as a fisherman’s paradise and for its unrivaled beauty.
Today Pewaukee is still known as a fishing enthusiast’s dream come true, providing the best musky fishing in southeast Wisconsin. Pewaukee Lake also promises year-round fun — swimming, boating or fishing in spring and summer; strolling the shoreline to take in the many colors of autumn; or ice skating at Lakefront Park during winter. Visiting Pewaukee means experiencing the charm and beauty of what our locals refer to as Lake Country living, while catching glimpses of times past.

Discovered It 7/10/2018 kingdomservant discovered it Wisconsin   Visit Log

Discovered in Make Do With What You Have

Dropped Off 7/7/2018 Geo Camper placed it in Make do with what you have Wisconsin - 14.3 miles  Visit Log
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