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The Road of A Travel Bug

Road Trip of a Travel Bug
Road Trip of a Travel Bug

It’s been a few weeks since Cibachrome (Lee) and I returned from the Big Trip. And of the 48 Travel Bugs (TBs) we placed along the way, 32 have been retrieved and are moving. Maybe not in the right direction at all times, but moving non-the-less, which is the important part of tracking… a trackable. Here is one example. The TB Andersonville National Historic Site has traveled 1,537 miles (some of it, the trip to drop it in the geocache in Portsmouth, Maine) and is moving south (yay!) back to Georgia. The numbers on the blue line (on the above map) indicate the TB has been moved seven times. The last location is Virginia, near the Maryland border.

Each of our TBs contains a brief story about the Columbus (or regional) attraction, the web address for the Visitors Center here in Columbus, telephone numbers, and coordinates to the Columbus geocache it needs to be dropped.

Quite impressed with the number of TBs that have been retrieved and moving.

For more family fun geocaching adventure check out the RiverWalk GeoTour in Columbus GA

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