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[sticky post] Welcome to Keychain of the Day!



I collect keychains! I update often featuring a different keychain from my extensive collection. If you have questions about how many I have, how I got started, or other common questions I get, please check my inaugural post here. If this interests you, feel free to add me as a friend- you don't have to ask first.

If you want to donate your old, unwanted keychain(s) to me, please comment, PM, or drop by my keychain geocache (more info on that behind the cut). I would be happy to accept any keychain in any condition and you will be helping to contribute to one of the world's largest high-quality keychain collections.




You can also become my patron and support KOTD directly. If you want to help me afford to buy new keychains, please stop by my store. There's jewelry, writing, tea, seeds, art, and more for just $5 each! If you are interested, just ask here! You can also buy my ebook trilogy here to fund my keychain habit.

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If you like geocaching and are in the central Florida area, you can contribute directly to my keychain collection via my keychain geocache. I give the GPS coordinates below as well as instructions for those who don't have a GPS so everyone who wants to participate totally can. I keep some of my duplicate keychains in there for trading so feel free to grab a piece of the magic if you want to, or just drop off your old unwanted keychains.

This cache is easy to locate. Coordinates are N 28° 32.748’ W 81° 10.475’. Drive into the Waterford Chase Recreation Park on the south side of Waterford Chase Parkway in Orlando, Florida and leave your car in the lot. Walk to the farthest corner of the volleyball court. There is a crack in the white PVC pipe surrounding the court that has been there for years. The cache is a cylinder hidden within. When you are done trading keychains, use common sense and please do not push the cache too far into the pipe. The park is open every day from dawn until dusk.

You can read more at the following links if you want to:
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=d4d3f25b-3486-4dd0-bd69-49aba681f1f7
http://geocaching.gpsgames.org/cgi-bin/ge.pl?cacheID=750
http://www.opencaching.us/viewcache.php?cacheid=1642

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Thanks for reading, commenting, and donating. I hope you enjoy Keychain of the Day!

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tediousandbrief
Oct. 18th, 2013 09:02 pm (UTC)
Hi. I saw you defriended me. I'm not sure I had noticed that you had friended me beforehand. Sorry!
heathersmoo
Oct. 18th, 2013 09:08 pm (UTC)
I found you on the friending meme. I was struggling to organize my friend list this afternoon but my geriatric computer was fighting me every step of the way. I didn't mean to drop you. I'd like to add you back if you are still interested in being friends.
tediousandbrief
Oct. 18th, 2013 09:12 pm (UTC)
Sure. The name looked kinda familiar, but not so much that I thought you had been on my friend list....hence my confusion.

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