Handcrafted photo magnets
The photo was taken on the Smith Property trail
I grabbed one of your Indiana Jones magnets last year out of a cache I believe, in Hamilton. It’s the only piece of geoswag that made me want to trade up or trade even :) It’s currently right in the middle of my fridge magnet collection! Awesome.
Cache name: RBoss05
I think I found one of your magnets in “Muggy Cedars” cache near Omemee, Ontario. Everything was soaked and the name tag paper was ripped but the little piece that was still attached said Lone R. It is a picture of a chickadee. There was a bar code in the little zip lock but it was damaged as well.
I’ve never been to Omemee (childhood home of Neil Young) but I hope to some day. Well, at least one of my swag items ended up there. Thanks so much for tracking my blog site down to leave your message. I think this is my polymer clay chickadee magnet. Is the image still intact? Or did it too become destroyed by the water? Thanks again for letting me know you found my handmade polymer clay fob.
This was my first time Geocaching, and my son and I found your winter forest magnet in Milton. Very nice, great idea.
Welcome to the RASH (recreational activity, sport, hobby)
I love hearing about where my geoswag was found. Thank you.
I found one of the “Big Bulky Barrier” magnets in the cache of the same name near Guelph. Got such a kick out of it – what a great idea! I work with some of the people who help with the operation of the cache’s namesake and they think it’s hilarious! (in a good way) Thanks so much for going the extra mile to really enhance the geocaching experience. I’m definitely inspired to make my own geoswag.
Thanks so much for posting your note on my geoswag blog. I’m so glad you like the added touch. I wanted the magnets to be a nice souvenir of the find and I’m glad it has been for you.
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These are great ideas! I love all your swag! Some would make great first finder prizes for our other hobby!
Thanks for having a look at my blog. I’m glad you like it. Letterboxing-themed magnets might be a nice FTF prize – maybe an AtlasQuest logo on a magnet.
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