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Travel Bug Dog Tag Escape from the Giant Paw

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Thursday, February 23, 2006
New York, United States
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Current GOAL

To visit as many new worlds as possible with an occassional stop near Area 51 in Nevada.

About This Item

Pushed on its way

This magnetic spinning top of a UFO was picked up in the 'Mars' cache in Connecticut. It flew west with me to Las Vegas where it was released. Hopefully it will travel the universe to seek out adventures where no man (or cat) has gone before.

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Tracking History (45936.1mi) View Map

Dropped Off 1/18/2016 Kenderwolf placed it in Casey's Treasure 003 Arizona - 10.52 miles  Visit Log

Happy travels!

Visited 1/17/2016 Kenderwolf took it to Pontatoc View Arizona - 1,941.39 miles  Visit Log

This would be a great launch point, but there is more to see yet for you!

  • image My band of TBs overlooks Tucson.
Visited 1/4/2016 Kenderwolf took it to Everything is Relative District of Columbia - .09 miles  Visit Log

This was the last of tonight's cold, DC-at-night virtual cache adventure. As with all the previous caches, it was just too cold to take off gloves and pull out the all the TBs for photographic purposes. Nonetheless, they were here, safe and warmer than I, while I visited this statue of Albert Einstein. This may well be the last of the cache visits before we head to Arizona and warmer weather!

Visited 1/4/2016 Kenderwolf took it to So We Will Remember Them District of Columbia - .25 miles  Visit Log

No nighttime visit to this end of the Mall is complete without a trip to the Vietnam Memorial. Again, due to the cold and the time of night, it was just me and the TBs. This Memorial doesn't photograph well at night, but it's a very powerful place to be.

Visited 1/4/2016 Kenderwolf took it to Well I do declare.... District of Columbia - .34 miles  Visit Log

Onward, in the dark and the cold, to this cache we went. This island, in a pond near the World War II Memorial and Lincoln Monument, honors all the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Stone blocks bear the signature, name, profession, and hometown of each signer. The pond surrounding the island was packed full of geese (only their white backsides and chests visible in the night) who chatted back and forth the whole time we (my pack of TBs and I) were there.

Visited 1/4/2016 Kenderwolf took it to I can see Lincoln District of Columbia - .19 miles  Visit Log

Continuing on the cold night adventure, my pack of TBs and I carried on to stop by the Korean War Memorial. It's pretty eerie here at night.

Visited 1/4/2016 Kenderwolf took it to The view of an "Honest Man" District of Columbia - 7.73 miles  Visit Log

I thought this TB should see some D.C. sights before heading off to Arizona. The Lincoln Memorial is lovely at night!

Write note 12/29/2015 Kenderwolf posted a note for it   Visit Log

We ran into this little road block together; thought I'd post a photo.

  • Hmmmm. Think we could flying saucer our way across?
Retrieve It from a Cache 12/29/2015 Kenderwolf retrieved it from HtGSC #6: What size is your Heart? Virginia   Visit Log

I couldn't resist grabbing this TB since I've got a trip planned. I'm heading to Arizona in a few weeks, so it's back to the Southwest for you, little bug!

Dropped Off 12/27/2015 NetworkCacher placed it in HtGSC #6: What size is your Heart? Virginia - 6.87 miles  Visit Log


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