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Thread: 2008 Geocaching Maine Geocoin

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    Quote Originally Posted by ten44ten32 View Post
    Not on topic, but how do you achieve the status of "Senoir Member"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim View Post
    And people would have to buy them in pairs, doubling sales
    but how do I attach them to my feet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    but how do I attach them to my feet?
    My first thought was, "Why, with little bindings of course."

    But then I thought again and wondered if there could actually be little bindings in a couple of cutouts... that would be unique and distinct! I wonder if that could actually be done?

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    I'd love to collect a new coin from Maine heheheheh
    Yes please and when.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    A snowshoe shaped winter coin sounds great. Anything winter themed sounds good.
    I'm in agreement on this type of coin and theme.

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    A couple of random thoughts - not necessarily suggestions, just thoughts.

    1. It is now possible to have a geocoin minted with separate tracking numbers on each side. For an example, see TB1WZ35 and TB1XDT7 which are the two sides of one coin. To get "caught up" you could mint a geocoin with 2006 on one side and 2008 on the other. The uniqueness of such a coin would probably make it a better than average seller.

    2. Regarding the comments on chat - the operator of the chat room could capture the text of "official chats" and put links to the text files in a forum thread. I also know of a case where key points from chat sessions are saved in a shorter file for those who prefer not to wade through the entire session conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsfun View Post
    A couple of random thoughts - not necessarily suggestions, just thoughts.

    1. It is now possible to have a geocoin minted with separate tracking numbers on each side. For an example, see TB1WZ35 and TB1XDT7 which are the two sides of one coin. To get "caught up" you could mint a geocoin with 2006 on one side and 2008 on the other. The uniqueness of such a coin would probably make it a better than average seller.
    Great thought Brad - I like it! Wonder if you could do this with the snowshoes..........hummm..interesting.

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    My limited summer of experience found that some of the tracking items I found weren't logged by the previous person. How are we ever going to get someone to log both sides into new caches when found?

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    What happens when one side of the coin is in Hawaii and the other side is in Amsterdam?

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