+VentureForth Posted September 19, 2002 Share Posted September 19, 2002 Now then, before I get knocked over the side of the head with a Garmin, I would like to say that there can NEVER be too many geocoins! So what do I mean? There seem to be a lot of people getting various geocoins minted and selling them and spending the money to track them, etc. Like Waypoint, and Moun10bike (who I must say has been MIA for a while...did he fall in a geopit?), other Texas geocoins, and of course the Canadian geocoins, and more in California, etc.... They are becoming quite the collectible. What I am interested in knowing is: A) Do people who have them made to sell find the effort worth it, and even if you don't make your investment back, is it still a labor of love? and People who just make them as their calling card - Has the investment been worth the response? It really isn't THAT expensive if you've got it. I think it's an awesome contribution to the community, and maybe I'll get my coin done someday! VF --------------- Go! And don't be afraid to get a little wet! [This message was edited by VentureForth on September 19, 2002 at 08:15 AM.] Quote Link to comment
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