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Heifer Int’l Travel Tag Lazy Dagros, the travel cow

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Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Oslo, Norway
Recently Spotted:
In Førjulstreff Molde

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Lazy Dagros was part of a trackable race to the 2012 Sonoma County GeoRally event. Unfortunately, she was busy grazing elsewhere. Now, she would like to return to Oslo, Norway.

About This Item

Lazy Dagros

Lazy Dagros was racing Crazy Gjertrud and a bunch of other cows in The Great Cow Tag Race, from the 2011 Sonoma County GeoRally event, California, USA, to the 2012 event. The cows competed in three categories:

  • First check-in at the event
  • Longest journey
  • Most interesting journey

Please help Lazy Dagros visit lots of beautiful nature, and share her photos with us!

If you pick up Lazy Dagros, do not keep her, but leave her in a new cache as soon as possible.

If you take Lazy Dagros to a cache without dropping her, please consider logging her as "visited", so that we can follow her journey.

Heifer - pass on the gift The purpose of The Great Cow Tag Race is to promote the work of Heifer International, a charity active all over the world.  Heifer International provides agricultural stock and knowledge to program participants, who enter into a covenant when selected to “Pass the Gift”: to pass on the first offspring of whatever stock they’ve received (and the knowledge) to someone else in their community.  So Heifer International is a true self-replicating charity: a single gift of livestock and knowledge that it gives to a needful person is then replicated and amplified as it is passed on to more and more people in the community.  Heifer has literally transformed the landscape of poverty in countries around the world, helping families regain their capacity to live beyond the next meal.

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Tracking History (6885.1mi) View Map

Dropped Off 01/08/2012 mamoreb placed it in Førjulstreff Molde Møre og Romsdal, Norway - 4,972.99 miles  Visit Log
Mark Missing 11/06/2011 mamoreb marked it as missing   Visit Log

The owner has set this Trackable as missing.

Dropped Off 09/25/2011 DavidT21 & Fisherwoman placed it in RT66 Amboy TB Toll Booth California - 407.31 miles  Visit Log
Discovered It 09/03/2011 kanchan discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered it at the Labor Day Weekend Potluck II. Good luck!

Retrieve It from a Cache 09/03/2011 DavidT21 & Fisherwoman retrieved it from Labor Day Weekend Potluck II California   Visit Log

Man has she been busy

Dropped Off 09/01/2011 thegirlsfromPA placed it in Labor Day Weekend Potluck II California - 80.48 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 08/26/2011 thegirlsfromPA retrieved it from Original Stash Tribute Plaque Oregon   Visit Log

Grabbed from the Orignal Stash Tribute Plaque ammo box today. Will drop in Oregon, Washington or California depending on where we find a nice safe place.

Dropped Off 08/26/2011 sonorazark placed it in Original Stash Tribute Plaque Oregon - 638.56 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 08/22/2011 sonorazark retrieved it from Peak-A-Boo: Mt. Whitney California   Visit Log

This was definitely one of the most difficult TB retrievals I have ever experienced. This geocoin was at the summit of Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the lower 49 states. We were on the trail for 18 grueling hours.

I noticed one of the race objectives was the most interesting journey. I don't think you can beat moving from the tallest point to the very first cache. I'll drop this at the Original Stash Tribute Plaque which is just 8 miles from my home.

Write note 08/12/2011 sdarken posted a note for it   Visit Log

Because of my mistake in losing this for a while this TB is not going to win any races but K doubt that any of these cows will find a higher location than the one I left it in - 14,500ft. Adding a photo from the summit.

  • The summit of Mt Whitney : 14,500ft above sea leve This is where I left the TB. It's the highest point in the U.S outside of Alaska.
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