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Travel Bug Dog Tag Piston Traveler

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Owner:
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Released:
Friday, February 5, 2016
Origin:
British Columbia, Canada
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of OwenfromKC.

This is not collectible.

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Current GOAL

This piston would like to see all seven continents of the world before it returns to its origin, Europe, Switzerland region between Walensee and Chur.

The travel will start in North America in February 2016 so the missing six continents are:

South America, Antarctica, Ociania, Asia, Africa and finally Europe.

It would be nice if the owner would see a picture on the page of this travelbug from each continent :)

About This Item

The piston is a part of the engine of a car.

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    Tracking History (55141.1mi) View Map

    Write note 2/17/2018 OwenfromKC posted a note for it   Visit Log

    Will move along.

    Retrieve It from a Cache 2/17/2018 OwenfromKC retrieved it from Lake Cliff TB Chalet Colorado   Visit Log

    Will move along

    Discovered It 2/11/2018 SBAB1214 discovered it Colorado   Visit Log

    Saw this today awaiting to travel!!

    Dropped Off 12/17/2017 Ceolmhor placed it in Lake Cliff TB Chalet Colorado - 7,723.08 miles  Visit Log

    Well, I hope you enjoyed traveling with me, but it's time to let you make your own way now. Thanks for sharing.

    Visited 11/14/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Ganesha and the Blue Planet Lodge Nepal - 9,453.87 miles  Visit Log

    This cache was just plain fun. It's at an inn with a beautiful sculpture of the Hindu god, Ganesha. The owner of the inn came out and we talked about charity work.

    • Ganesha
    Visited 11/13/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Kumbeshwar Nepal - 247.33 miles  Visit Log

    Kumbeshwar is a temple (unfortunately surrounded by scaffolding at the time of this visit), but it's also home to the Kumbeshwar Technical School. The cache is actually inside the store run by the school. The school is a charity that provides a free education to 200-300 students. They also run a store that stocks handicrafts made by local residents, mostly women. I had an enjoyable chat with the woman running the store. This felt like a natural place to be, as our whole trip is actually to see the work being done in Nepal by a charity we support.

    • Kumbeshwar Temple
    • Kumbeshwar Technical School
    Visited 11/11/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Lion Cave and Tiger's Nest Bhutan - 1,555.59 miles  Visit Log

    The Tiger's Nest Monastery -- including the hike to get up there -- was definitely the high point of our five days in Bhutan. I was happy to find 3 of the country's 22 geocaches, but none could likely top this.

    • Tiger's Nest Monastery
    • Ceolmhor at Tiger's Nest
    Visited 11/6/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Ruins of St. Paul's Macau - 43.59 miles  Visit Log

    I was very pleased to find a cache in an interesting location during our one-day tour of Macau. St. Paul's Church is an interesting mix of eastern and western influences. Because the front wall is stone but the remainder of the church was wood, only the front wall remains after three separate fires destroyed the rest of the church. It was rebuilt twice, but they finally gave up.

    • Church of St Paul's
    • Side View of St Paul's
    Visited 11/5/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Peace and Tranquility Hong Kong - 7,449.98 miles  Visit Log

    On our trip to Nepal and Bhutan, we noticed that we had an opportunity to stop for all-day tours of Hong Kong and Macao. My favorite of the places we visited in Hong Kong was the Nan Lian Garden and the associated Chi Lin Nunnery. Finding a geocache here was definitely icing on the cake.

    • Chi Lin Nunnery
    • Entry display in Nan Lian Garden
    • Pagoda in Nan Lian Garden
    Visited 10/13/2017 Ceolmhor took it to Dino Ridge Ooze No More. . . . Colorado - 1,099.9 miles  Visit Log

    Back in Colorado, where I live, I decided to take my fellow travelers along on a local outing. After we went karting nearby, I took my granddaughter Siggy to see the dinosaur tracks at Dinosaur Ridge. Interesting, aren't they? I still haven't figured out how the got the dinosaurs to stand on the ink pad, though.

    • Siggy at Dinosaur Ridge
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