If you’re familiar with the National Park Service’s Passport® Program, you know that you can add commemorative stickers (10 are issued annually) and dated cancellations to a special, spiral-bound park booklet…similar to a real passport. Whenever Tavish visits a National Park—or anyplace that has a similar program—he tries to collect the rubber-stamp ink markings recording the name of the site and the date of his visit. Team Tavish members also have park passports. In fact one member of Team Tavish has passport books and cancellations dating all the way back to 1986, the very first year of the Passport Program!
While Tavish’s “virtual passport” is pretty comprehensive, it’s missing a few key entries, most notably from some of the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC ,where a cancellation isn’t always available right onsite. Tavish’s virtual passport also only has one representative cancellation per site and therefore doesn’t reflect the fact that he’s visited some of these places numerous times.
To see the complete list of all the places (not just National Park sites) Tavish has visited since 2005, check out the Interactive Intrepid Pup Map!