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  1. I like to go to the browse map, filter for only mysteries, zoom out, and look for clumps. There are a lot of geo-arts in Florida (In my opinion). I'll get you started. Here is the first cache (Or a random one) of each geo-art. Just go to the map and look in the surrounding area for the rest. https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC6517Y_rs-1-you-cant-always-get-what-you-want https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC68GBT_1-anchors-away-uss-enterprise-cvn-65 https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC5F4N1_thurman-munson-new-york-yankees https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/G
  2. I am selling some of my geocoins simply because I do not collect anymore. Many of them are older coins, some are activated, some are not. Most of those that are activated do not have any logs but have just been in my collection. I am asking $10.00 a coin plus $2.00 shipping and handling for the first two coins and an additional .50 in shipping for additional coins. Below is a list of what is for sale. If you would like a picture, please try Googling first, and if nothing can be found, please ask and I will provide a pic. US buyers only please. Thanks for looking! 2008 Tadpol
  3. You might be a Social Butterfly if... You walk the walk and talk the talk—as in you like to go to events! You are fully immersed in the geocaching community and Event Caches are totally your thing. You love meeting all of your fellow geocachers and have a knack for helping newbies fall in love with the game! To earn the Social Butterfly souvenir, earn 70 points individually on your Friend League starting October 29 at noon UTC through December 3 at noon UTC. This month earn higher points for attending Event Caches!
  4. If you're talking about "Amy's big day", you retrieved it and it's still in your possession. It's the only one listed still in your possession. If that's the one, you'd need to "Drop" it into the cache you "moved it to" for it to be listed to it. - That log itself will say "placed", which we find is confusing for folks new to trackables. It should really be "Dropped" like the action we took. Someone had to "grab" one from you (baltic cruiser) on 11/19, when you didn't Drop it in a cache at that time. - But you Retrieved and Dropped on properly two months ear
  5. In all of my travels, I have driven through several towns that have special art forms spread through out the town. All are identical, but each is decorated differently. I've seen: Mercedes, TX. has Boots. Mission, TX. has Butterflies. Hutto, TX. has Hippos (most are 2' high, but two are full size.) Clinton. IA. has Lighthouses (4' high) Papillion, NE. has Butterfly benches A town in IN. has 3' high Horses. A town in IL. has Lincoln top hats. (3' high) I've also seen Porpoises in a small sea side town. Is there a single
  6. If the money went to research, it would be worth considering, and I have only those TBs which I have been given. I have never bought one, but I might reconsider if the money went to Covid research (or other science research), and I knew the percentage going to charity. All the trackables don't need to be the actual virus(although some could be). They could be other things, such as as rainbow stretching to the future, sunrise - hope, a new time emerges, a butterfly hatching; all sort of representative things of hope and renewal.
  7. Which brings me to my story about how stats can affect Favorite points. Someone's stats goal affects an owner's goal. My goal as an owner is to provide a good geocaching experience. The Favorite Point count helps advertise my cache as one that should hopefully provide the majority of cachers with an all-round enjoyable experience. I was batting about 50% FP rate after about 40 finds on my cache. Then along comes a group of 50 people on a special holiday, looking to find as many non-trads as possible that special day to qualify for a number of different challenge cache
  8. I always try and make all the caches I own about a theme because those are the ones I enjoy most, with quirky names/plays on words. Not to say normal caches aren't good but like when you're watching a film and you suddenly get why the film title makes sense... there is something cool about having the same with a GC. Doesn't have to be a series either. My last one was "Madame Butterfly", after the novel (cache attached to a butterfly". One before that was Wizard of Oz style "Somewhere under the rainbow". Next one to be published is a multicache Red Arrows themed one, because the By
  9. I am selling some coins from my collection. Many of these are older coins and unactivated. If you'd like to see a pic of any, please message me and I will be happy to send one. 2008 Tadpole Applewomyn (red) Bahama Starfish Blue Morpho Butterfly (hinged)S Cache Critters – Baa Cache Critters -- Moo Cacherpillar Cacher Tags (red, purple, blue) Cachin’ Crow 2008 Geo-achievement 1000 Finds (with matching pin) Geocoin and Pin Club May 2008 Ladybugs GuineaGal Happy Eastern 2009 Jukebox Memories Kansas Sunshine
  10. Here is an updated list of what is available: 2008 Tadpole Applewomyn (red) Bahama Starfish Blue Morpho Butterfly (hinged)S Cache Critters – Baa Cache Critters -- Moo Cacherpillar Cacher Tags (red, purple, blue) Cachin’ Crow 2008 Geo-achievement 1000 Finds (with matching pin) Geocoin and Pin Club May 2008 Ladybugs Geopuppy 2008 (multicolored collar) Geopuppy 2008 (Red/Silver Glitter Collar) GuineaGal Happy Eastern 2009 Jukebox Memories Kansas Sunshine Ladybug Lettuce Go Caching Lil’ Dork
  11. I am selling my collection of geocoins. Most of the coins are older. They are $10 each plus $2 shipping for the first coin and $1 each additional coin. Some are activated, some are not. I will happily transfer ownership of any activated coins to the new owner. Please feel free to ask questions! Thanks for looking! 2008 Tadpole Applewomyn (red) Bahama Starfish Blue Morpho Butterfly (hinged)S Cache Critters – Baa Cache Critters -- Moo Cacherpillar Cacher Tags (red, purple, blue) Cachin’ Crow 2008 Geo-achievement 1000 F
  12. Hi All! I’ve been geocaching since 2010 (superslothsonya), and earlier on was definitely into buying/collecting geocoins – but less so these days. Looking at downsizing my coin collection – have some older unactivated coins potentially to sell (see list and pictures below) – thought I would post here to gauge levels of interest and possibly work something out from there! Located in Australia, so keep in mind international postage can be somewhat expensive (around ~$25aud for small, tracked package to USA/europe), otherwise within Australia is about $9aud. Happy to provide additional ph
  13. That's pretty smart! Kind of like the butterfly effect, or the old phrase "what goes around comes around" EDIT: I misread, I thought you meant somebody would see a waymark posted, and think "hey I know something that would fit in that category" and go make a waymark for that. But what you originally meant is also a really cool idea
  14. Updated list: 2008 Tadpole Applewomyn (red) Bahama Starfish Blue Morpho Butterfly (hinged)S Cache Critters – Baa Cache Critters -- Moo Cacherpillar Cacher Tags (red, purple, blue) Cachin’ Crow 2008 Geo-achievement 1000 Finds (with matching pin) Geocoin and Pin Club May 2008 Ladubugs Geopuppy 2008 (multicolored collar) Geopuppy 2008 (Red/Silver Glitter Collar) GuineaGal Happy Eastern 2009 Jukebox Memories Kansas Sunshine Ladybug Lettuce Go Caching Lil
  15. During this hot weather it is a good time to see butterflies. Especially while out on the trails. St Breward in Cornwall has a lovely walk by Lizmar and at a couple of the caches you have to go through two small meadows. The Small Copper is really prolific there. Anyway the 15 minute count is being done to asses climate red flags and also how its impacting wildlife. Using the butterfly as a sort of canary as they will decline in numbers as an early warning sign. Anywhere can be watched for 15 minutes and the results submitted via the 15 minute butterfly count website. You do need to r
  16. So today I accidentally became a Social Butterfly after finding a new cache nearby that was published over the weekend, on top of a bunch of geoart puzzles left over from the Easter mega I solved and found earlier in the month and a couple of other caches found here and there in my travels. I'm feeling a tad guilty now as, not only were there no events in that tally, I was caching all by my lonesome on each and every one of them. Some social butterfly, huh? Maybe I should've made an effort to find fewer caches this month to avoid getting that souvenir, but, um, I'm not sure if that's how these
  17. Hi folks all, I have a Butterfly 2013 Cats Eye geocoin, purple ad gold but am trying to find more information on it such as the designer (was it Cats Eye?), the different editions that were available, the minting numbers for the different editions etc but cant seem to find anything. Is anyone able to give me some info on this coin please? I don't seem to be able to upload photos either so unable to provide a pic of it. Sorry
  18. That was true for me too for awhile, but I've since been back to Germany to Hamburg and Berlin and found caches there. My first "find" in Switzerland was also a webcam cache at Zurich airport. There's a nice traditional cache at Changi airport in Singapore in a Butterfly garden. I forgot about the one in Sacramento airport when I was there a couple of months ago.
  19. The smallest I've found are 1.2 mL "Cryogenic Vials", and these that aren't threaded, where the manufacturer doesn't mention the capacity nor what they're for. But they also come in black. The butterfly kind seems almost custom crafted from longer tubes. The two-tone plastic has me wondering (or are these painted?).
  20. I'm pretty sure I saw centrifuge tubes used in the wild well before I saw them for sale on Groundspeak's site. The ones I'm curious about are the base containers for the butterfly camouflaged example on the right. I don't think I've seen them in the wild, but I have no idea what those containers would be used for, other than gluing some sort of camouflage to them and using them as a geocache. And Groundspeak offers a few options that all use the same base container.
  21. There have been previous threads on this topic. I think I then mentioned there is a traditional in the Butterfly Garden, Changi Airport, Singapore. terminal 3 IIRC.
  22. Oh man... if a butterfly flaps its wings...! So many things in life have happened and changed because of this hobby. SO many things.
  23. After 105 Hedgehog versions, it is time for a new design. The result is this cute Butterfly. On request, there is now a difference with the Hedgehogs: - XLE editions (20 pcs) - LE editions (30-50 pcs) The LE has less colors and the outer border area is uncolored. The 1st batch is already in production with in total 23 editions. Some are private and some a shop editions which are going to be sold here. There are expected to be finished by early march. Please contact me if you are interested in your own edition. There is a Google docs environment with detailed inform
  24. Just added this week, our newest version of the hinged Butterfly Geocoin...
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