GeoCoins have become an amazing phenomenon in the geocaching community! We create them, collect them, trade them and show them off. Just take a look at the coin table at the next event you attend. You’ll find geocachers from all walks of life showing off their collections and writing down tracking numbers to get that latest greatest icon.
The GeoCoinCoins or other minted items that are usually produced by individual cachers or groups of cachers. These items are often trackable like travel bugs and have their own identifying number and icon available on Geocaching.com. Many GeoCoins are highly collectable. Buddy sheet provides you with several forms for coins you release into the wild as well as coins you give away. The form at the top is for recording logging and goal information, similar to a travel bugAlso called “Travelbug,” “TB” or “hitchhikerAn item placed in a cache with the intention of being moved from cache to cache. Travel bugs and GeoCoins are types of hitchhikers..” A travel bug is an item placed in a cache with the goal of moving from cache to cache to rack up miles. Travel bugs are distinguished with a “travel bug tag” or “dog tag” that contains a tracking number for that particular item. Travel bugs are not generally considered “trade items” or “swagAlso called "Trade items" or "geo-treasure" or simply "treasure." These are items placed in a geocache for trading.,” meaning you do not have to leave a travel bug (or anything else) to take one.’s info sheet. It also provides room to record the tracking number, which is especially helpful to those with older eyes.
The two forms below are for coins you give away either as gifts or FTFAbbreviation for “First To Find.” The first person to log a particular geocache as found is the “FTF”. Sometime there are “FTF prizes” left in the cache by the owner for this person. These are special items and do not require equal trade. prizes. They simply make those gifts a little nicer and easier to keep track of.
These small sheets are designed to fit inside the pocket found on many transparent coin sleeves (or simply in the sleeve itsefl). Enter the information in the spaces provided, print and cut and fold them along the guides.
Download the GeoCoinCoins or other minted items that are usually produced by individual cachers or groups of cachers. These items are often trackable like travel bugs and have their own identifying number and icon available on Geocaching.com. Many GeoCoins are highly collectable. Buddy Form