I aggressively collected geocoins from May 2006 through to the end of 2008. Presented here are 986 of the approximately 1,040 geocoins I acquired during the frenzy.

Puyallup Potlatch Potluck

Puyallup Potlatch Potluck

The Puyallup Potlatch Potluck was an event cache in Washington State in June 2007. The event was hosted by 2bugs, whose bug motif you can see on the geocoin's reverse. A potlatch is a gift-giving festival practiced by indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada and United States.

Although this geocoin looks like it has a yellow smear, that is just a reflection in the polished silver surface.

Size: 38 mm

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