Getting a new trackable is always exciting. First there is the allure of the physical object, art on a keychain or in the shape of a coin. These are often stunning pieces of work and you can’t help but marvel at the design or craft that has gone into making it a physical object. But after that initial excitement has disappeared, you’ll find yourself with a second hit, as you consider what to do with it.
It’s possible that you have purchased the trackable with a mission in mind, but if it’s a gift or something you bought for the design then you might finding yourself wondering whether to set it off on a mission or keep in your personal collection.
Whilst some designs are so good that you may ultimately decide that this trackable will only be discoverable at events you take it too, there is the thrill of sending a trackable out into the world and seeing how far it will travel. Will it be muggled two miles down the road from where you placed it in a cache, or will it circumvent the globe multiple times?
But if you do decide to let it go, what do you make its mission? Make it too restrictive and it’ll never move. With that in mind, here are five ideas of missions for your trackables that will keep them moving and hopefully bring you some enjoyable logs.