Timmy Stone FOUND at the garden at the Pentagon has been rehomed to Australia!
“Found in a garden at the pentagon usa now in bundaberg qld australia”
— Chris C.
A Timmy Stone placed in Santa Rosa, CA was found in early February 2014 and prompted the finder to write in asking for stones of her own to place! Thanks to Kristin for letting us know about this stone and wanting to become part of the wave!
“My name is Kristin and I found a Timmy stone at the Findley Center in Santa Rosa Ca. I brought it home but now intend to return it. I would like to have a stone sent to me to place.”
This Timmy Stone was found in Marfa TX, at a restaurant called Cochineal. As we the chefs were walking in for service prep one of us noticed a peculiar looking rock by one of our outside benches. We all took a good look at it and did some research. Seeing that not only do the two owners of Cochineal Tom And Toshi have cats but most of the Cochineal staff themselves are animal lovers we find ourselves here supporting such a great cause!
Glow in the dark Timmy Stone FOUND in Texas!!!
Hi! My name is Ildefonso, I came across a Timmy Stone here at my work! I went out for a cigarette and found it on the cigarette post. Looked a little funky at first with this greenish goo on it but I picked it up and it glows in the dark. Turned it over and it had the website! I Looked it up and here I am. I am so for the cause and was wondering if I could get stones sent to me?? Definitely want to participate!! Thank you Timmy.
Timmy Stone found in Murfreesboro, TN!!
Today while at work we found a Timmy stone buried in weeds at the MTMC hospital in Murfreesboro TN. Not knowing what this was we looked it up and love the cause and are now getting Timmy stones to place. Be on the look out Tennessee.
–Stephanie and Mike
Jay Davis from Coldwell Banker found a Timmy Stone that was placed by the World War II Memorial, facing the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
What makes this particular Timmy Stone extra special is it was sponsored by Katie Wandall for placement during our yearly trip to Washington to meet with the Environmental Protection Agency and other law makers.
This Timmy Stone is granite and has the message ‘For All Souls Lost & Found’ on it.