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three geocaching stickers in prairie grass, stone and ivy. beaver dude's image is on the left and the areas to write the cache name, owner and contact details is on the right. The top says in stencil font: Official Canadian Geocache
official canadian geocache sticker with ivy background, beaver dude on the right and areas to write the cache name, owner and contact details. Sticker is shown on a cache container with woodland camo paint.
One geocaching sticker in woodland ivy. beaver dude's image is on the left and the areas to write the cache name, owner and contact details is on the right. The top says in stencil font: Official Canadian Geocache
One geocaching sticker in stone granite.  beaver dude's image is on the left and the areas to write the cache name, owner and contact details is on the right. The top says in stencil font: Official Canadian Geocache
One geocaching sticker in prairie grass. beaver dude's image is on the left and the areas to write the cache name, owner and contact details is on the right. The top says in stencil font: Official Canadian Geocache

Canadian Cacher Geocache Stickers

Landsharkz

Regular price $1.50 $1.28 Sale

Introducing our new and improved full colour Canadian Cacher geocache stickers!! 

When you use this Canadian geocaching sticker, the friendly, smiling face of our geocaching mascot Beaver Dude will greet everyone who finds your geocaches. Use them for geocaches hidden in Canada or for geocaches hidden worldwide!

There are also handy fields where you can fill in the cache name, owner and contact details.

Available in full colour woodland (ivy), stone (granite) or prairie grassland colours, and small, medium or large sizes.

Sizing:

Small - 4.8cm x 7cm

Medium - 6.2cm x 8cm

Large - 7.5cm x 14cm

Interesting trivia: The woodland (ivy), stone (granite), and prairie grassland photos in the background were taken by Mr. Landsharkz. Chris captured the prairie photo near Humboldt, Saskatchewan. The ivy and stone were captured in Saxe Point Park, Victoria, BC.