Tiny Timmy’s very own vet (Timmy Stones are named after Tiny Timmy) left a Timmy Stone at a shrine in the Himilayas in Nepal – what an incredible location!
Raven has placed the first of his Timmy Stones at Pet Hideaway at Seaport Village, San Diego! Thanks for letting us know Raven!
Our wonderful volunteer Judy has left a Timmy Stone at a Gas Station in Cincinnati. Many people leave their stones at tourist spots or places with historic meaning but they are just as effective left at the places we go as part of our daily routine – thanks Judy!
One of our wonderful volunteers was thoughtful enough to leave FOUR stones at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati whilst visiting a relative. All four stones were left in different places in the hospital so I’m sure it won’t be long before one is found!
A Timmy Stone has been placed at the historic Basing House near Basingstone in the UK. Parts of the house and grounds date back to William the Conqueror’s Norman invasion in 1066. Thanks for placing a Timmy Stone at such an historic venue!
We don’t have a picture or an exact location yet but a Timmy Stone has been placed at the Great Wall of China! In a way, therefore, there will be a Timmy Stone that is visible from space!!!!!!
Jannell in NC has placed her second Timmy Stone at a location of particular relevant to Tiny Timmy and Oliver D Cat’s cause – outside the EPA’s Human Studies Facility in Chapel Hill, NC. A pretty inspired placing Jannell – thank you!!!!
Jannell in NC has placed her first stone on 29th September. It was placed at Dansey Circule in Durham, NC.
“One summer morning in 1852, Fred Graue entered his mill and turned the wheel that opened the sluice gates outside. Water from Salt Creek rushed into the millrace and the wooden waterwheel began to turn for the first time. It would turn the machinery that would grind grain for the next seventy years
Today, Graue Mill is the only operating waterwheel gristmill in northern Illinois…”
To read more about the watermill – and it’s a beautiful story and amazing location to place a Timmy Stone – go to their website www.grauemill.org
The pictures show the Timmy Stone on the stone wall with the waterwheel
GO TIMMY & T.O.Y.! MAKIN DA RIPPLE A HUGE WAVE!”
Thanks for being part of the wave Team Ninja!