Blackwell4 Posted December 15, 2005 Share Posted December 15, 2005 Please help me! My Science Fair Project idea was to collect data on how many people who geocache have dogs by using my TB. ( I thought that people who geocache would have more dogs than other animals because they are "outdoor" people.) BUT... My travel bug idea bombed because he's stuck in Kansas and I didn't get much data AND the Science Fair has been moved to the end of January! I'm just asking for people who geocache to tell me what kind of animals that they have. I'm hoping that my hypothesis is right, but so far, I've been wrong. I will only collect answers until the 20th of January so that I can put my project together. Thanks for your help. This is a copy of my information for my TB: Owner: Animal Lover 9 Released: Sunday, August 21, 2005 Origin: Colorado, United States Use TBKWPH to reference this travel bug. How do Travel Bugs Work? Recently Spotted: In Lake House Cache Current GOAL: I am a 3rd Grader at Powderhorn Elem.School. I am doing a science-fair experiment. I have predicted that people who participate in Geo-Cacheing will have more dogs than cats or other animals. If you can, please take a picture of your pet to go along with your information. Please let me know where you live (State) and what kind of animals you have. I will save all of the information to present at the science fair in late March. Whoever has my Doggy on a Chain by the first day of March, please e-mail my parents at email@example.com so that they can talk to you about UPSing my puppy home in time to use at the scince fair. About this item: Hi! I'm a very friendly dog and I'm house-broken. You can call me "Jeff". Please introduce me to your pets, but don't let them eat me! Thanks! Jeff and Animal Lover 9 View the Gallery(2 image(s)) Travel Bug History (913mi) View Map 10/9/2005 Herd fan 84 placed it in Lake House Cache Kansas 96.9mi NW [visit log] 10/8/2005 Herd fan 84 retrieved it from N. Bville Trail #1 Arkansas [visit log] I have 2 dogs. I will pst a picture soon. Good luck. Photos: Me with Tinkerbell and Mulligan Tink and Mully are Dachshund/Rat Terrier mix and are brother and sister. 10/8/2005 Cardinal placed it in N. Bville Trail #1 Arkansas 1.6mi N [visit log] 10/8/2005 Cardinal retrieved it from Park Springs Arkansas [visit log] I though I would save Doggy on a Chain from being drowned in case the next 1000 Year Flood occurs. To the owner: We presently have no pets. Our last pet was a black cat named Krystal who gave us about seven great years before kidney disease took her away from us earlier this year. My wife, my son John and I all still miss her as she was the perfect cat. 9/27/2005 loumil placed it in Park Springs Arkansas 135.6mi SW [visit log] 9/24/2005 loumil retrieved it from Laughing Waters Cache Missouri [visit log] This is our 2nd TB find today (and ever). We've had cats, a dog, gold fish and various other pets; but have none now. We're retired and travel around so we prefer not having a pet to care for. This is a neat idea for TB. We'll make sure that Jeff finds his way to Arkansas and we'll place him in a new home this coming week...LouMil Photos: Doggie on Chain visits Arkansas Man 9/21/2005 COGeoCachers placed it in Laughing Waters Cache Missouri 672.1mi E [visit log] 9/9/2005 COGeoCachers retrieved it from Anja's Detour Colorado 183ft SE [visit log] Nice idea for a TB. I will get this moving next week when I leave the state. I'm torn on what to post for the pets. I have 2 dogs, 2 cats, and 2 birds...so I guess you can count them all. Enjoy! 9/2/2005 mrdiamond placed it in Anja's Detour Colorado 6.6mi NE [visit log] 8/23/2005 mrdiamond retrieved it from The Ark Colorado [visit log] Thought I'd get this moving right away. Unfortunatly I have neither dog nor cat. I have a fish 8/22/2005 Animal Lover 9 placed it in The Ark Colorado [visit log] Quote Link to comment
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