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  1. Great to see a new spin on the mystery coin idea. I wonder where he will plant his first coins. I have a new cache I have been working on and am going to have cachers remember to CITO as they are there. This is my favorite park in town. I would hate for it to get trashed any more than it is.



  2. I do have all the # and activation codes. No I did not activate any of the ones you own but could help you with it if needed. I logged them all as a fun little hello from the designer knowing full well that some people would delete the log and others would smile and say 'cool!'. I did this after Eric Buell (designer of all Buell bikes) signed my motorcyle. I was thinking it was a neat similar idea to log the coins.


    This is like a company putting fliers under you wiper blade out iun the parking lot. Sure most will throw it aside and nothing will come of it. But a few pick it it and use it to support the business then great for the business.

    It comes down to this. Yes it took some time (that is why the logs were short) and they are your coins. If you do not like the idea of me logging it just simply delete it and have no worries, I do respect your ideas and thoughts. There is no need to be upset as I did not intend to cause any trouble.


    Sure the company can put them out all day long, but do you ever see them picking up the ones tossed aside. Why do it when The customers can for us.


    p.s. if you like the log but want it more personalize just email me.


    I am sorry to some and your welcome to others... I think...




    Sounds like he don't care to get deleted but if he gets a few to be ok with it then it is a win for him. Show him by deleting everyone he has done then if he wants he can ask individuals to discover coins. Bet he won't after that.


    IMO, I would not want this to happen to any of my coins either. I do not have as many as some but I am new to this and believe in taking this and making changes to the future of how this can be avoided in the future. This feedback is not "beating a dead horse" it is a catalyst for making a change for the good of all. Thanks to all who openly spoke their mind to bring this to light.



  3. This is a great thread!


    Well My nick came from back in 1994 when I need to create my e-mail name. I had just got back from basic training and had been driving my 87 GT mustang convertible around and fell in love with it. I had bought it with the money I saved while in training. My bestfriend had asked why I loved the car so much and I would tell him that "I love to drop the top and feel the cool breeze". So he began calling me cool breeze. So my first e-mail name became coolbrez69. the 69 was a random number but I like it. Later on I swiched e-mail and had to make another account and had to change it to a K instead of a C. Kinda of grew on me and have never turned back. So naturally I bcame Koolbrez when I joined Geocaching. Thanks for the cointest.

  4. I would like to commend tsun on running the most well-informed geocoin sale I've ever experienced (in my vast 6 months of buying). Not only did you provide extensive information on the basics (where, when, how much, how many, etc) before the sale, but you have really raised the bar in terms of communication about how both the sale and website will work. Granted, this information does not ensure that everyone is content and happy with the outcome, but can anyone name one instance in geocaching (or life, for that matter) that guarantees that? I personally like the information you present about your geocoin philosophy and the genesis of your coins, from the first hand-drawn design to the proofs from the mint. If you have not visited tsun's website (not the webstore), the information she has there is both insightful, fun to read, and full of pretty pictures!


    Tsun - Please continue sharing your geocoin ideas with us! I am very much excited to see the new projects you might have in the near future, and I am probably not alone in this!


    For those who are interested in TRADING, I will have extras.

    Well said. I hope you still have hair left TSUN. Congrats on your new store.

  5. This is an interesting question. To me it is sort of like asking a rancher how many head of cows he owns or someone how much money they have in the bank. . . . . :anibad:


    I do not believe the thread was asking dealers to give up sources. Just other people dealing with companies directly. I believe if someone was capable and comfortable dealing with a company directly then that's great. The coin dealers had to start somewhere, right.?

  6. It appears that the thrill of the unknown keeps coins going out. We all wish for the best of a coin but yet if we accept the fact that anything can happen on it's journey then it will lessen the impact if something does. I am going to release my first coin very soon on it's way. It is like a close family member. It travels will become its memories that it shares with me and like all good things it's travels will end and I will treat it as a death in the family. I will be sad at first but will remember it always when I look at it's travels in the logs.

  7. Congrats to the latest recipients. Especially Luckycharmer. She is from my local area and I can attest that we can get some nasty bugs here around the Mississippi River area. May flies can get so thick that the snow plows are called out to clear the roads and bridges near the river in the middle of summer. Good to see a nice bug for once. Maybe he can fly across the river and bite me. LOL

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