My first stationary BIT

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My first stationary BIT

Post by NativTxn » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:00 pm

I placed my first BIT tag today. :D I have one in my car, but the one I placed this morning is out there in the wild in the location stated by the GPS coords. It close to home so I can check on it periodically to see how it holds up without a container.

It's laminated and hung on a fence with a zip tie along with a laminated Munzee.
If you hide it, they will come!
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Re: My first stationary BIT

Post by RVRoadTrip » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:09 pm

They usually hold up well as long as the hole you punched for the zip tie didn't go through the paper.

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Re: My first stationary BIT

Post by Mr.Yuck » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:54 pm

NativTxn wrote:I placed my first BIT tag today. :D I have one in my car, but the one I placed this morning is out there in the wild in the location stated by the GPS coords. It close to home so I can check on it periodically to see how it holds up without a container.

It's laminated and hung on a fence with a zip tie along with a laminated Munzee.
If I'm not mistaken, it's also the first stationary BIT cache in the world. Something you may be able to brag about some day. :mrgreen:
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