Cool Cache Calling Cards

Posted in Announcements on May 21, 2008

Woohoo! Our Geocaching signature cards were ready this morning and we just picked them up. These will come in really handy when we meet other Geocachers as well as dropping them off into caches to say that we were there.

Here is what the front of the cards looks like:

Cool Cache Calling Cards

And here is what the back of the cards looks like:

Cool Cache Calling Cards

They are 3 1/2″ X 2″, the size of a standard business card.

They arrived just in time too because we leave early tomorrow morning for GeoWoodstock VI where we’re looking at meeting a lots of other Geocachers. Last count we heard was that they are expecting 2700!

Keep on cachin’!

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4 Responses to “ Cool Cache Calling Cards ”


  1. Hick@Heart -

    Nicely done! Someday I hope to have the privilege of obtaining one of these high speed calling card of yours. Maybe I should hide a cache in Canada!

    I like the card a lot, the only problem is that “geocaching” is misspelled on the back of the card. I hope it’s not like that on the real deal….

  2. Hick@Heart -

    Ha Ha made you look!

    Have fun at GeoWoodstock, I wish I was joining you. Make sure to tell everybody that Hick@Heart sent you. After all, this is “MY” state!

    Geocaching With Team Hick@Heart

  3. go_man -

    LOL! You did! Like a couple of hundred times – we checked everyone of them! :)

    Thanks for allowing us to visit your state. We’ll treat it gently and turn the light out when we leave… and we’ll tell everyone that you sent us… this way they’ll knw who to blame :)

  4. P.J. -

    I didn’t look…

    … for long. :P

    Cool cards. I’m still trying to come up with signature items. Not sure which direction I want to go. :(


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