After not paying much attention to where my TB's are or have traveled to, I took a few minutes today and checked on their where-a-bouts.
I'm thrilled that two of them visited GeoWoodstock earlier this year. They went there via two different directions, yet were there at the same time. Very cool if you ask me!
It's just amazing that you can place two separate TB's, in two completely different locations, at different times of the year, and they end up at the same event, on the same weekend.
My Tucan TB took the route from Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, D.C., New Jersey, Rhode Island, New York, then over to GeoWoodstock.
My Pig TB took the route from Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, then up to GeoWookstock.The Pig was dropped there on 6/29 and retrieved on 7/1. The Tucan was dropped on 7/1 and retrieved on 7/2.
Ive heard some pretty sad stories of TB's going missing. I only own 4 traveling TB's and out of the 4, 3 of them are making some pretty exciting adventures. The third is lost somewhere here in Arkansas, only 87 miles from my house! LOL
My Shark TB left south Arkansas and has made its way from the beaches of South Carolina, to Florida, to Tx, to the New York Area, and is now traveling Canada. Its mission was to see the world by coast line and dog-on-it, its doing a fair job of it.
I hope that you guys/gals that have TB's are getting some good mileage out of yours too.
Im sure there are some here that have had TB's go millions of miles and around the globe.
Thanks for letting me share my little story here.