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  1. I have an unactivated UK geocoin that I'd like to trade for a Benchmark geocoin. If interested, please email because I always forget to check this forum.
  2. I have a 2005 Indiana coin that I would like to trade for a Pennsylvania coin if anyone is interested. Thanks!
  3. I have a 2005 Indiana for trade. I'm looking for a Maryland, Ohio, or other newer (2005) coin that I don't already have. My Coin List
  4. Wow those look great! If anyone is interested in trading one for a 2005 Indiana, 2005 California, or 2005 Alaska bronze please email me.
  5. I have the following coins available for trade: 2005 Utah #472 2005 Alaska #574 2005 California #1007 2005 Indiana #661 Anyone interested please email/PM me. I'm looking for an Ohio and 2005 Washington specifically, but am interested in any coin I don't already have. My Coin List Thanks!
  6. I am looking for an Ohio coin. I have a Utah, Indiana, or Alaska for anyone interested in trading.
  7. OK the Calgary, SilverMarc, and 1 Indiana coin are all spoken for now. I still have an Indiana, 2 California 2005, and an Alaska left to trade.
  8. Have the following available for trade: Alaska (0574) Calgary Cachers (513) California (CA50334 & CA51007) Indiana (IN0568 & IN0661) SilverMarc Here's a link to my list of the coins that I currently have: Geocoin list Email me if any sound interesting.
  9. I'm a total math dork. Here's a chart showing the gas mileage I have gotten on my 2000 Blazer 4wd since I bought it in January. I also noticed that while it was cheaper to run my 2002 S-10 Crew Cab 4wd on Premium, it's cheaper to run my Blazer on Regular. Same engine, both 4wd, different weight. You can see the longer non-stop highway trips that I have driven have MPG's around 20 to 21, while my normal everyday driving is around 17 to 18, and when I use my 4wd in the winter it's down to 15 and 16. Blazer Fuel chart
  10. Many people are just buying these to add to their collection. To them, it doesn't matter if they are trackable or not. Many actually prefer them not trackable because it adds to the cost. Personally, I don't care either way.
  11. Those look great! What do I have to do to get one of them?
  12. You might have better luck visiting the forums on the Michigan Geocaching Organization website. They are very active and include people from all over the state. Hope to see you there!
  13. I am interested in two coins. Thanks!
  14. Paid via PayPal this morning. Thanks!
  15. OK I have an updated list of available coins for trades: I have the following to trade: Georgia 2005 Calgary Canada USA 2005 Texas 2005 Here are coins that I have and no longer need to trade for: Michigan 2004 Michigan Winter Social 2005 Calgary Oregon 2004 Washington 2004 Canada North Carolina 2005 USA 2005 Alabama 2004 Texas 2005 Idaho 2005 Georgia 2005 Let me know if you see something that grabs your eye! Cliff
  16. Not to be Mr. Nerd here, but it's OKIC and not KOIC. http://www.okic.org/
  17. I think the silver and nickel ones are the nicest.
  18. I'd be interested in 3 coins.
  19. Cool TB! Now I have to figure out how to get to Virginia to find that bug!
  20. I've had it for so long now that I can't remember. You could probably save the pic onto your desktop and then use it.
  21. Have you seen The Modified Librarian webpage? The Modified Librarian It's pretty interesting. My wife also wants to know if you have the librarian action figure with "amazing shushing action". Librarian action figure
  22. I'm working on this map first: and then I'll work on this map:
  23. Well let's see... I suppose it's about time I explain my name. After all, I've only been caching for almost 2 years now. Berryzang is a combination of the beginning of my wife's last name and my last name. Some people think my first name is Barry, but it's not. We were having a discussion of what to do if we got married. Would she change her name or keep it? If she changed it, what would it change to? Would she go the Madonna route and just go by her first name? This was one of the name ideas that we had in the conversation, and it became my geocaching name. And after all that thinking, she ended up keeping her last name. Big Red Dog is somethins that people have called me all of my life. But when your first name is Clifford, you have to expect that. So I figured why fight it and adopted that as my identity.
  24. I'm pretty sure that I read somewhere that there is some kind of marker there.
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