Megan hid the infinity planet in Linsly-Chittenden Hall at Yale Univeristy. She found the perfect place for it on the second floor.
Jim hid his Planet in the Opus 40 Sculpture Park and Museum in Saugerties, NY. It was hidden in memory of his step brother, Michael Wiley, who passed away last October at only 19 years of age. Michael was a gifted and talented young man who volunteered at the park. Along with his Planet, Jim also hid a piece of kiln furniture that reads, "In memory of Michael Wiley."
Patrick ended up hiding his Infinity Planet in a deposit of White Clay in a creek bed along the White Clay Creek Preserve in his hometown of Landenburg Pennsylvania. When the water levels rise next spring the planet may become exposed, and anyone who is lucky enough may stumble across it sitting on the bank.
The small Planet received was hidden at the Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park on Lake Blackshear December 26th 2013 by Mary Chorn, her daughters Melinda Whiddon and Jill Schwam and four generations of her family.
Kristin's three sons in Uley Uley's Cabin, Crested Butte Cos Cabin, Crested Butte, CO.
Nancy's son placed his Infinity Planet in an old structure near a hospital on his base near Herat, Afghanistan. She wonders what journey the planet will travel in the future.
Placed her Infinity Planet in front of the largest spray paint mural in the country by Kobie Solomon at the Russell Industrial Center. The tail is a torch in honor of all the glass shops in the area.
Walter dropped his Infinity Planet off the docks on Seneca Lake.
Sheila Farren Billings
Sheila was able to hide her Infinity Planet on the grounds of the House of the Seven Gables in Salem, Massachusetts in Nathaniel Hawthorne's Old Wishing Well.
The planet is hidden behind the spring at Camp Johny, campsite 11 on the Oswegatchie River, above High Falls. It is nestled in the roots of huge old white pine that was blown down, likely in the microburst of 1995.
Fia hid her Infinity Planet in the dog cemetery.
Mike had found an excellent spot to leave his Infinity Planet!
Clay and Ward Johanson
At Þingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian continental plates meet.
Clay and Ward Johanson
Langjökull glacier, Iceland. Clay and his brother, Ward had an adventurous trip!
Jadon hid his Infinity Planet near the Cohocton River in Painted Post, NY.
Ellen at the Sun Gate, Machu Picchu, Peru!
Juanita traveled to Holquin, Cuba on her 8th mission trip through LifeWay Christian Resources. She found the perfect resting place for her infinity.
Frank buried his infinity planet beneath the shrubs of The Tunnel near Del Mar Mesa. This way, if the area ever burns from a California fire a planet could be found within its ashes.
Sarah discovered a great spot for her infinity planet off the man-made pathway to get to El Paílón del Diablo (the Devil's Couldron) waterfall, which is located in Baños, Ecuador.
Left his planet overlooking the most famous of the telescope facilities located at the summit of Mauna Kea on the big island of Hawaii.
Helen & Jim Bellows
After a long adventure across the country for a wedding, they left their infinity in the Seattle Aquarium.