About

This blog celebrates geoswag.

I’ve been geocaching since December 2001. Swag has always held an interest and has continued to be one of the important parts of geocaching for me. I enjoy creating small items to leave in caches and I love finding unique one-of-a-kind handcrafted swag made by fellow geocachers.

I’ve started including this blog’s web address with the swag I leave, in hopes that finders will let me know that they’ve found and traded for my trinkets. I’m hoping to find out what people like and what I should continue crafting. If you’ve found one of my swag items please leave a comment. I’d love to know what you found and where you found it.

If you’ve found one of my swag items please leave a comment.

My geoswag | Found geoswag

6 Responses to About

  1. Sue St Clair says:

    Hi There! Thanks for the Key ID Ring Found this past weekend while caching in the Elmira area πŸ™‚

  2. Pepperbreath says:

    Thanks for the magnet – it’s stuck to my copy holder at work!

  3. TeamSplice says:

    Hello, we came across a cool magnetic glass beed with the geocaching logo on it at
    A TALL STUMP WATCHES OVER ME (GC1TH3V) and we think its a great idea!
    We have our owne fiber optic connector keyring trinket that we make and leave from time to time but we only get a few each month as we use faulty ones that we take out form the field when ever they go bad. Seeing what you have made is inspireing us to think up new ideas for our signature items. Thanks!

    • Lone R says:

      And thanks so much for posting a message on my geoswag blog. You have the honour of being the first to post. πŸ™‚
      I’ll keep an eye out for your sig items. Handmade items are my favourite geoswag to find and trade.

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