15 Years of Geocaching Cutout - 1-Sided Trackable Wooden Nickel
Price: $4.25 USD
Size: 2" x 1.25"
On May 3, 2000 the first geocache was placed by Dave Ulmer in America. Less than two months later the first geocache was hidden in Canada on June 28. GCBBA (originally GC41) is still active today.
This trackable wooden nickel celebrates 15 years of geocaching in Canada. The front has the tracking number, while the back is blank. It features XV (the Roman numerals for 15) and a maple leaf, which are cut out of the wood, allowing you to look right through! The design is etched right into the wood.
Please note that there are some variations in the wood colouring, so the shade of the nickel you get may differ slightly from the pictures.