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Canada Micro 2009 Geocoin Todie's Wild Ride-No rolling stops

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Thursday, 29 April 2010
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When you are out driving always come to a complete stop at a stop sign. a rolling stop can kill someone who is expecting you to stop. help this coin go far and wide to make people aware of motor safety.

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    Tracking History (14833.1mi) View Map

    Retrieve It from a Cache 08/28/2012 Thin Lizzy retrieved it from Moderne Raubritter Bayern, Germany   Visit Log

    Lange genug pausiert, ab in die Umlaufbahn...

    Discovered It 07/26/2012 TEAM-Bradfisch discovered it   Visit Log

    gesehen in GC31CR3,2012-07-26, Moderne Raubritter

    Discovered It 07/08/2012 Stadtis discovered it   Visit Log

    gesehen bei den Raubrittern

    Discovered It 07/06/2012 cidrinchen discovered it   Visit Log

    Bei den Raubritter heimlich beobachtet!

    Dropped Off 06/24/2012 Team sissifalke placed it in Moderne Raubritter Bayern, Germany - 4,961.3 miles  Visit Log
    Retrieve It from a Cache 06/04/2012 Team sissifalke retrieved it from Jurassic Park TB Hotel Florida   Visit Log

    It`s travelling with me to GERMANY.....

    Dropped Off 05/13/2012 KASCAN placed it in Jurassic Park TB Hotel Florida - 14.17 miles  Visit Log

    14:45 EDT - Happy Mother's Day! Hope prehistoric roars from across the street will not disturb you. You are at a Premium TB Hotel in eastern Hillsborough County off I-4 exit 17 just outside of Plant City.

    • Passing through Plant City, FL Renamed in 1885 to honor railroad tycoon, Henry B. Plant. Originally named Ichepucksassa after an Indian village then named Cork. Originally known as a large cotton center; now its strawberries. Produces 3/4s of the nation's midwinter strawberries.
    • Stop near Dinosaur World 1 of 3 outdoor museums created by Swedish businessman Christer Svensson. See up close the amazing creatures that once ruled the Earth. The life sized dinosaur models beckon you to learn, have fun, or just enjoy a quiet encounter with the past.
    • Lodging in Hillsborough County, FL Borders the Gulf of Mexico & was created in 1834 as the 19th Florida county. Named for Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough & British Colonial Secretary of State from 1768-1772. Currently, the 4th most populous county in Florida and 32nd in the nation.
    Visited 05/10/2012 KASCAN took it to The Wild Turkey Bed and Breakfast Florida - 53.87 miles  Visit Log

    Well Todie we're going to make a full stop after the visit to this cache in Lakeland. This will conclude our commute today.

    This entry was edited by KASCAN on Sunday, 13 May 2012 at 00:14:30 UTC.

    • Stay over in Lakeland, FL Founded by Abraham Munn, who purchased 80 acres of land in what is now downtown in 1882. Baseball’s Detroit Tigers have been spring training here since 1934. Sun-n-Fun Fly-In & air show each April. Largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings.
    • Passed by Holy Land Experience It is a living, biblical museum that takes you 7000 miles away and 2000 years back in time to the land of the Bible. Its combination of sights, sounds, and tastes will stimulate your senses and blend together to create a spectacular new experience.
    • Passing by Disney's custom utility pole This unique structure is at exit 62 "World Drive" the main entry to Disney World from Interstate-4. Mickey's ears are even lit up after dark! When the kids see this they know Mickey is not far away... no more "are we there yet?"
    • Passing by Fantasy of Flight Aviation-themed attraction showcasing vintage aircraft from the world’s largest private collection; simulators, interactive exhibits, tour of aircraft maintenance areas, restoration & back lots, daily aerial demonstrations and rides are available.
    Visited 05/10/2012 KASCAN took it to Princeton Travel Bug Hotel Florida - 8.32 miles  Visit Log

    Making a stop at a TB hotel near downtown Orlando off of Interstate-4 exit 85. Then we move westbound to Lakeland.

    This entry was edited by KASCAN on Saturday, 12 May 2012 at 01:54:30 UTC.

    • Traveling through Orlando, FL History dates back to 1838 & the height of the Seminole Wars & was incorporated in 1875. Basketball’s Orlando Magic calls the city home court. Once known solely for cotton, cattle & citrus industries; now a leading worldwide vacation destination.
    • Traveling on Florida's Interstate-4 From the day President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, the Interstate System has been a part of our culture.  The 1st I-4 segment opened 1959. Current route completed in 1971, 132 miles - Tampa to Daytona Beach.
    • Passing by tour helicopter bas Helicopter tours lift off right overhead as they take their passengers for a bird’s eye view of the local area. Rides are as low as $25! Find them on International Dr VIA exit 72 & 74. These flying machines take off & land just above passing traffic.
    • Passing by Arabian Nights dinner theater This is one of many themed dinner theaters in the "attractions" area west of Orlando. The show is live with horses and costumed actors. These places often encourage guest participation and interaction like a sports venue.
    Retrieve It from a Cache 05/09/2012 KASCAN retrieved it from Orlando Airport TB Hotel Florida   Visit Log

    06:15 EDT - You have boarded the I-4 TB Commuter/Hotel & Airport Shuttle! I'm a local that work commutes along Interstate-4 about 66-miles one-way. I'll do my best to show you the sites along the road and provide some local trivia while you are with me. When time permits (real life ) I post photos with some text. I'll have you placed in a few days along my route for others to enjoy. Welcome to west central Florida!

    This entry was edited by KASCAN on Saturday, 12 May 2012 at 01:48:31 UTC.

    • Lodging near Orlando Airport The 2nd busiest airport in FL, 13th in the US and 29th in the world by passenger traffic. Formerly known as McCoy AFB until closure and all Air Force flight operations ceased in early 1975. You were in a TB hotel nearby that caters to this airport.
    • Visiting Orange County, FL Established in 1824 as Mosquito County & took up much of Central Florida. In 1845 renamed Orange County for the fruit that constituted it’s main product; & most of the area created new counties. Nowadays citrus has been replaced by land development.
    • A Florida art souvenir Between the famously sunny climate, tremendous coastline, world’s largest cruise ship port, and a variety of amusement parks, it is no wonder that tourism is the largest part of the "Sunshine State’s" economy. Alligator is the official state reptile.
    • Visiting Florida Did you know… Florida has the most coastline of any of the contiguous states & the lowest highpoint of any of the states. 663-miles of beaches. In 1565, Spain created the first permanent settlement in St. Augustine. Became the 27th US state in 1845.
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