+careygang Posted March 20, 2008 Share Posted March 20, 2008 We found our first 'pathtags' in a cache recently, and at first thought they were small geocoins. We had to sign up to the pathtags Webpage, to find that they are a trackable 'coin' that is fairly cheap but there is no onus to do anything in particular with them; trade it, move it, keep it, place in a cache, chuck it in the bin if you wish, seems to be the philosophy. I did actually place them in another cache, but being someone who has just had a geocoin 'stolen' from it's first true cache placing, these things got me thinking. As something that can be found in a cache, does it encourage finders to treat real geocoins in the same manner, i.e. don't bother moving it, recording it or anything else. Have pathtags made an inroad into UK yet and what do people think? I realize that this is a general question, but I'd rather have a UK discussion and viewpoint on it than on the main forum. Quote Link to comment
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