Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Geocoins
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But you'll see THOSE coins (that link) are under the commemorative coins,
rather than the geocoins. CoinsandPins.com does all kinds.
It's a subtle difference to be looking for in the fine print, and I do
have many GORGEOUS but untrackable coins mistakenly bought for the
On Fri, 1 Feb 2008 11:37:02 -0800 (PST) "M.Schreffler"
> These coins don't look like they are trackable. I'm_________________________________________________________________________
> not sure I understand the difference between coins
> with tracking numbers and those without. What makes
> one without a geocoin?
> --- palbers@... wrote:
> > That is a great idea, and a great way to to this
> > would be to buy one of the POW/MIA geocoins. Add the
> > text to the webpage and also print it out and place
> > it with the geocoin when you release it into the
> > wild. Don't search Ebay for this coin, as you can
> > still buy them for around $8 from here:
> > If you do get one and write up the real story,
> > please send me the link, as I would enjoy reading
> > it.
> > Best Regards,
> > -paul
> > HiDude_98
> > ---- electric_water_boy
> > <electric_water_boy@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > I wanted to get one of the POW/MIA coins and use
> > the tail number from
> > > my Dad's plane as the tracking number. Found that
> > that would be next
> > > to impossible to do. I might still try to get one
> > anyway. That way I
> > > could have the real story about what he was doing
> > when his plane went
> > > down on a website. There are few websites out
> > there dedicated to him
> > > and the people who were in his plane that have a
> > generic and totally
> > > unrelated story put up to honor these guys. Their
> > intentions were well
> > > and good, but if they only knew the real story
> > they'd really be
> > > impressed.
> > >
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Well, as far as a 'coin stash' goes, the coin has to be activated to get into the system. So, if you want it to be online and in a situation where someone else can discover it, you have to activate it.
For a pure personal collection, I guess it is irrelevant if it is activated or not . . .
Russ the waterweasel
From: Joe King
Sent: Jun 16, 2009 10:12 PM
Subject: Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: GeocoinsOK since we're on the coin subject from your personnel collection do you activated every coin or do you leave some unactivated?
And if you have some unactivated why?
IS it to use for FTF prize, because you have duplicates,you all ready have that coin icon, in case a geocache poker game breaks out, or you just never got around to activating them.
I have a few that fall into that last category