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Travel Bug Dog Tag Flag of Antarctica TB

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Saturday, 27 October 2012
Texas, United States
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This trackable is unusual for its survivorship. In the years 2010 to the present, collections of 100 to 400 travel bugs have been annually released in the United States (95%) and Europe (5%). This travel bug is part of the mere three percent of the 2010-14 releases that had been retrieved and dropped off at least 25 times and had been active for at least five years.  As of 15-Aug-18, this particular TB had been moved by 49 cachers and had had been in circulation for 5.5 years (1992 days) since first placed in a cache.

Please drop this item in rural OR Premium Member Only caches.  Do not place it in an urban cache or abandon it at a caching event.  Transport the bug in the original plastic bag for as long as the bag lasts; the bag keeps the trackable clean and prevents tangling with other items.  Otherwise, take the travel bug anywhere you wish.  No permission is needed to leave the U.S.

Travel bug photos in the logs are appreciated.  I will re-post them here, where they can be seen by other cachers.

About This Item


There is no official flag of Antarctica since it is not a country nor governed by any authority.  In 2002, a flag was approved by the Antarctic Treaty Organization and is being used as an informal ensign of the continent. Many other designs for the flag have been suggested and are currently under consideration.  The designs suggested by Whitney Smith and Graham Bartram are the most eminent designs.
The Graham Bartram design uses the flag of the United Nations as its base pattern.  It is a simple white map of Antarctica on a blue setting.  The map essentially represents the continent's nonaligned status.  The Graham Bertram Flag was first hoisted on the continent in 2002.  When he planned the ensign, Bertram was cognizant of the converging territorial demands of Chile, the United Kingdom, and Argentina.  This version is probably the most famous design for the continent, proven by its wide presence on the web.

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Tracking History (25565.6mi) View Map

Mark Missing 09/25/2018 Garpula marked it as missing   Visit Log

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Write note 09/25/2018 Garpula posted a note for it   Visit Log

Unfortunately, TB is not in cache

Dropped Off 08/15/2018 vsestaraci placed it in Severka - BONUS Liberecký kraj, Czechia - 95.24 miles  Visit Log
Discovered It 07/31/2018 Codyjack 11 discovered it   Visit Log

seen him, thank for sharing
Codyjack 11

Retrieve It from a Cache 07/28/2018 vsestaraci retrieved it from DLS 2 - Airbus 319 Kraj Vysočina, Czechia   Visit Log


Discovered It 07/27/2018 =TuRcO= discovered it Kraj Vysočina, Czechia   Visit Log

Viděno u geokamaráda. Děkuji za ukázání.

Dropped Off 07/21/2018 Bandolerko placed it in DLS 2 - Airbus 319 Kraj Vysočina, Czechia - 63.88 miles  Visit Log
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Retrieve It from a Cache 07/21/2018 Bandolerko retrieved it from 580 let ( CWG smenarna) Hlavní město Praha, Czechia   Visit Log

its move with me to another cache

Discovered It 06/23/2018 Drag&Ninoczka discovered it Hlavní město Praha, Czechia   Visit Log

Videno na mega eventu. Dik

Dropped Off 06/23/2018 trebonak placed it in 580 let ( CWG smenarna) Hlavní město Praha, Czechia - 7.92 miles  Visit Log
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