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Moozer

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  1. This isn't a car pool, it's a car pond!
  2. Some of us in the US missed out too
  3. I also have an event on May 1st a little to the north in the Sonoma County wine country - http://www.coord.info/GC24663.
  4. Here are my card picks: 2 26 4 20 12 My favorite board game varies, but at the moment, I'd say it's Scrabble Thanks!
  5. I'd still love to see something, either my or the other cow design, but there doesn't seem to be enough interest to make it happen
  6. The list left off 50 for Santa Rosa, California. Paid for this morning...
  7. Come on up to Sonoma County, California for our 4th annual GeoRally and 10 years of caching combined event on Saturday, May 1st, 2010. Join over 100 other cachers who will be spending the day driving through some of the most scenic backroads of the wine country while caching and having fun. The combined event will also end with the traditional Moozer enormous raffle and prize presentation. See the cache listing for GC24663 for more info...
  8. My event (10 Years of Caching & 4th Annual Georally) just posted. I'm combining the 10 year event with my 4th annual Georally. It's the closest event to San Francisco posted so far.
  9. Okay, I re-worked my cow design to make it more simple and add a little more GW 8 flair: and Of course, I also like the other design posted above too
  10. My event will be on the 1st - since I tend to draw from a fairly large area, having it on a Saturday works better...
  11. Contact made and TB being packaged to go. Thanks!
  12. Here's my first pass at an idea: It's rough, but hopefully you get the idea Everyone would get to choose the background and spot colors.
  13. I'm in discussion with one of the vendors to find out costs and options. The big question is whether folks want trackable or non-trackable. What do you all think?
  14. I have a TB (TB2ARD6) that's for my son's 6th grade class to follow. They just finished studying the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, so I though it would be fun for it to start its travels there, in modern-day Iraq. Are any cachers there who would let me mail it to them and who would start it off? Thanks! Donald (Moozer)
  15. I saw that other thread, but that was for the official coin. I'm thinking about a group coin, like the GWVI bears, that would use a common design, but allow people to choose their colors...
  16. I've been thinking about this as well. My idea was to have a cow-themed coin where individuals could choose the colors of the base cow and the spots. Would anyone be interested?
  17. Moozer

    COINTEST!

    Here's our cat Mr. Smee. He's a big fellow - he topped out at about 22 pounds, was about 18 when this pic was taken, and now, after a 7-year diet, is down to a manageable 15 pounds!
  18. I'm been trying to come up with a date for my big georally event in northern California - 5/1 sounds like it would be great. I get around 120 cachers each year, but might be able to aim for more this time around
  19. Speaking from my own perspective, there are several factors at work: - The general economy. I have to watch my discretional spending a lot more carefully these days. - The cost of geocoins. I know I'll sound like an oldster here, but it seems like I remember being able to purchase coins for well under $10 each a while back. I know that most of today's coins are worlds fancier than they used to be, but unfortunately the cost for each has grown considerably. - The cost of shipping. Even for those coins that aren't too expensive each, paying $2-3 shipping for a coin often moves it out of my price range. - Sellouts. Some of the coins I have been able to budget have sold out within minutes, or went on sale at times when I can't be near my computer to even try to get. I know that it's a difficult issue, though - what's the right balance point between keeping the value up by selling limited editions, vs. selling more common issues, but perhaps lowering demand... - The cost of making coins. I would very much love to have my own personal coins made, but there's no way in the world I can possibly front the $1k-2k it would take to have them made, even if I was sure I could sell a bunch of them. I have had pathtags made, though, because I can usually scrape up $100 for a batch. Donald (Moozer)
  20. Please do remint - I missed out on the ones I wanted - drat that need for sleep!
  21. I'm a returning customer, and was just able to log in with no problems...
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