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A non trackable garmin geocoin


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http://img.geocaching.com/cache/log/15ce16a6-7163-4cd0-9e48-dbc639ee7a06.jpg?rnd=0.4969708


http://img.geocaching.com/cache/log/67d2c47f-5a0d-4239-8218-cf0db9eb144b.jpg



I found this in a cache the other day. I never realized that there is such thing as a non trackable geocoin. I thought I would share. Now I am wondering what I should do with it?

Thanx for looking, lets hope I inserted the images properly. :)
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http://img.geocaching.com/cache/log/15ce16a6-7163-4cd0-9e48-dbc639ee7a06.jpg?rnd=0.4969708

http://img.geocaching.com/cache/log/67d2c47f-5a0d-4239-8218-cf0db9eb144b.jpg

 

I found this in a cache the other day. I never realized that there is such thing as a non trackable geocoin. I thought I would share. Now I am wondering what I should do with it?

 

Thanx for looking, lets hope I inserted the images properly. :)

 

Did you trade-up or trade-even? Or when you took it did you think it was a trackable? Keep it if you want, or place it in another cache.

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There are quite a few Coiner (like me :anicute: ), who collect Non Trackables.

So you could trade it for another coin, if you don't like to keep it.

 

Non Trackables are considered swag, so you should trade something with equal value for it.

If you don't managed with this cache, cause it's a long distance, than you should place something nice in your next cache.

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There are quite a few Coiner (like me :anicute: ), who collect Non Trackables.

So you could trade it for another coin, if you don't like to keep it.

 

Non Trackables are considered swag, so you should trade something with equal value for it.

If you don't managed with this cache, cause it's a long distance, than you should place something nice in your next cache.

 

 

Looks like a Open C Advertisement coin.. nothing more

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Sadly I thought it was trackable when I grabbed it from the cache. So I didn't trade for any swag, but I will make it even with our next larger find.

 

I'm pretty amazed it made it so long "in the wild" and hadnt been swallowed up.

 

 

any markings on the edge?

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