Brogan Posted January 6, 2003 Share Posted January 6, 2003 It's finally ready to roll folks! The first annual TravelBug CannonBall Run is ready to go. Here's how it will work: First make up your TravelBug, any vehicle is acceptable. Second send it to me via snail mail at: J Pac 1242 Graff Rd Attica, NY 14011 All Bugs will be "grabbed" from their owners and held until the release. If you want your bug mailed back to you at the end of the race include a prepaid mailing envelope with correct postage from the end cache. Any bugs without prepaid mailers will be re-released without their race tags. Third, sit back and wait for the release. ( currently expected at the end of Jan.) The rules are simple: Any type of vehicle is appropriate, you can write any type of instructions on the cards that you like. All bugs will be released at one gathering any late arrivals will be released as soon as possible in one of my own caches. Bugs are allowed to travel only one state at a time (states must share a common border ) Bugs must be physically placed in a cache in each state visited. Everything else is fair! You can ask local cachers to help you out by moving your bug along, or by delaying someone elses! In the spirit of the original race, interference is suggested! Any disputes will be handled in open forum on this page. Start point for this race will be from the Buffalo NY area ( hopefully Akron Falls Park) End Cache is supplied by the Green Achers and is aptly named: Pheromone N37 44.100 W 121 09.902 WGS84 please take the time to look at the cache page before sending your bug. ( BTW thank you Green Achers!!!!!!) Just as an aside: I am entering this race also, however I am submitting the Pace Car and am NOT eligible to win. Winner of the race will receive a engraved trophy and bragging rights as the winner of the First Annual TB CannonBall Run! Quote Link to comment
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