Travel Bug Info Sheet

This travel bug information sheet is formatted to be similar to the one at the WSGA, which appears to be the same as the one you can get at the Geocaching web site. The main difference is that this one is intended to fit on a double-sided credit-card sized piece of paper, which is easier to laminate and take with bugs that don't fit inside a plastic baggie easily. Just print, cut, laminate, and you're set. If you want one for a 5"x5.2" baggie or a 6"x6" baggie, I suggest you use the prettier version at WSGA's Travel Bug Sheet page.

If you intend on laminating the card and attaching it to the item, I would suggest printing out the card, folding it, punch a larger hole in it, and then laminate it. If you punch the card in the paper area after it is laminated, the paper could get wet and destroy the tag. If you are really concerned with that, either pre-punch a larger hole so you have sealed laminate around the paper, or leave a tag of laminate to one side of the card. In the end, you won't want to have any chance of water getting in direct contact with the paper.

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