[GeoStL] Re: geocoins

  • From: Roger Barnes <rogbarn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2006 08:06:03 -0600

I think it is a regular geocoin.  The website calls it a geocoin.  The
only difference is that it is tracked at the Canadian geocoin site
instead of at geocaching.com.  Some geocoins are tracked at GC, some at
other sites, some can't be tracked at all.  They are still all
geocoins.  And if they are in a cache and trackable (or if they have
travel bug tags attached), it is expected that they will be passed along
like a travel bug.  If you want to collect geocoins, buy or trade for
them so that you are the owner and have control over them.


> -
> This is not the same as a regular geocoin.  Check out
> the web site at www.geocoins.ca and tell me what you
> think.
> --- Sarah Chisholm <crowesfeat30@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > -
> > You shouldn't keep it. If it is a traveler then it
> > should continue to move from cache to cache just
> > like any other Travel Bug. Someone owns that coin
> > and they want it in caches not in someone's private
> > collection. If you really want coins I can help you
> > obtain some of your very own. WARNING!!! Collecting
> > Geocoins is VERY addictive!!!
> >
> >   Sarah (Crowesfeat30)
> > JOHN C CARAKER <rufusrex2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >   -
> > I recently made a trip to South Texas. I found a
> > cache there with a canadian geocoin in it. I was
> > supposed to go to www.geocoins.ca and log my find,
> > but
> > I don't see anywhere that I'm supposed to move it
> > along. Has anyone found one of these? It's a really
> > cool coin and I'd love to keep it. You can see what
> > it looks like at the web site.
> >
> >

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