+Snoogans Posted May 4, 2011 Share Posted May 4, 2011 (edited) MODS: Please leave this thread in Geocaching Topics until it falls off of the first page. I will report it to be moved to the TB forum when it does. This is your chance to get your own activated trackable on my next community trackable project: "Impaled on the Fence!" (working title. It may change) This community trackable is a discarded sales sample of iron fence that weighs about 30 pounds and stands roughly 2.5 feet high and 2 feet wide. There is room to use self tapping screws to fasten trackables, but the cool feature will be that I can cable lock coins onto the crossmembers and be able to display both sides of the coin. I bought a swaging tool and 25 feet of cable just for this project. Coins and other 2 sided trackables will be very securely attached. ANYONE INTERESTED in getting their trackable onto this community Travel Bug needs to contact me for the address to get your item to me in time for the launch. So far Manofsteel73, Nov64, Houston Control, 007Betz, and Zeke's Uncle have been impaled on the fence for a total of 6 including mine. It will be launched at GW9 in Warren, Pennsylvania on July 4th weekend. You have about 6 weeks to act if you want in for the launch. My first community trackable project has been going for over 3 years and shows every sign that it will continue to travel for many years longer. It has criscrossed the USA from coast to coast and back again and been to 3 GeoWoodstocks while racking up 10,634 miles. Not half bad for a discarded refrigerator door that was found lying in in the middle of an intersection. This is what it looked like at release with 19 trackables aboard: Here's how it looked after a year: And here it is today with 38 trackables: Edited May 4, 2011 by Keystone impermissible reference removed by moderator Quote Link to comment
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