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PineLemon

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  1. You could use sandpaper.
  2. I know its not yours. I was trying to find an answer. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
  3. I dont know if it would be allowed. It does look sharp. Geocaching.com would probably have the guidelines for trackables. They have a whole section for trackables.
  4. My trackable is going to be a baggage tag with details of release and date + name of owner. It also has a contacted squate of paper instructing cachers only to pick it up if the know how TBs work. It also asks them not to hang onto them for long. Thanks for the tips.
  5. I will be dropping my first trackable in San Francisco and i would like some tips. Thanks in advance for any tips.
  6. The item is a journal
  7. You also have to log a drop on the website. They are working on fixing this problem.
  8. I had the same problem. You have to log them on the website. When you end up dropping the trackable you also have to use the website.
  9. The same thing is happening to me. Please fix it soon
  10. If you want it to be tracked, you will have to put it in a cache as the only way you can track it is by seeing which cache has been visited. But it could still visit any cache. You can write the tracking id on any part of the object. But make sure people notice it or they could mistake it for swag.
  11. Thank you so much for that advice. I will dip it in a local cache and then bring it to SF and make it's mission to get home.
  12. I have made a trackable and all i need to do now is drop it. But where? I can drop it in my home town in Sydney, or on holiday in San Francisco. I think San Francisco is better because the US has more caches but i would like a second opinion.
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