Mr. Miller's Bug Tracker

November 21, 2010
by John Miller

The Dragon Has Landed!

The Huzzahnian Dragon has made its way successfully to Comox Valley, Canada and to the students of Ms. Smith’s class!  We are so excited to see one of our bugs find its way home. We Skyped with the Huzzahnians themselves shortly after the discover of the Dragon. Ms. Smith has a wonderful class of students that were very excited to find the cache with the Dragon inside.

They made a fantastic video documenting their discovery.

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October 8, 2010
by John Miller

The Dragon is on the way to Vancouver



The Huzzahian Dragon was picked up from it’s cache yesterday by a geocacher named VCTrails. He is on a trip from San Luis Obispo to Vancouver and has promised to deliver “The Dragon” safely to a cache in Canada. He will be stopping along the way and picking up some more caches. This appears to be a perfect match and we wish VCTrails a safe journey 🙂

Find out more by reading The Dragon’s log.

UPDATE: VCTrails has posted several photos of The Dragon on his adventure. Visit the log link above to view! (10/10/10)

UPDATE#2: The Huzzahnians have written an outstanding blog post about The Dragon.

UPDATE #3: The Dragon has arrived in Canada!!!! He/she/it is in a cache near the Vancouver airport. (10/15/10)

Image: ‘Morning Mist at the Lagoon‘

September 22, 2010
by John Miller

Two new bugs released and Kallista Jake is on the move!

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Jake's adventure begins

Kallista Jake has been snatched up by a geocaching teacher and is currently in Southern California awaiting placement in a new cache. The teacher that found Jake will be taking a photo of it with his class and we will share that here when it happens.

We have released the Huzzahnian Dragon into the wild! He, or is it a she (?) is headed north to Canada and Ms. Smith’s class. Morningstar Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas is the destination for Ramenstein. Ms. Lawson’s students will have fun finding him when he arrives near their school.

We also received a very nice comment (found on this blog) and blog mention from geocacher cumbyrocks. He is the owner of the cache where Trev’s Tag will hopefully find its way. Next week we shall be releasing two more bugs – one headed for Chicago and the other for Kansas! What fun 🙂

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