I'll email you a thank you photo of me drinking DIRECTLY from Lake Hovsgol. Why? Because you'll be "buying me a drink" from the lake. That's right, the lake is so clean you can drink directly from it without treating the water!
I'll email you a personal thank you with a photo of something beautiful or cool that I see in Mongolia. I will need your email address of course.
A thank you card, drawn by me and mailed to you via good old-fashioned post. It could be anything, but more than likely an animal. I can't promise how well I can draw, but no two cards will be the same!
2 out of 10 claimed
Olive oil derived lovely soap in a beautiful decorative tin which I brought back from Istanbul. Use the soap, then use the tin for whatever else.
1 out of 3 claimed
Yep. You heard it right. I'll mail a photo of myself, dressed up like a clown, with one of my goats. It could be cute, or creepy. Either way, it's bound to be disturbing to somebody. I'll mail it to anyone you want, whether I know them or not, as long as you provide their address. I may even write a short note of your choice on the back of the photo as long as I feel it isn't illegal.
5 out of 20 claimed
A photo of me, in Mongolia, with something interesting or pretty, with a "thank you" and your name written on a white board, emailed to you privately or posted to your facebook, whichever you prefer.
0 out of 20 claimed
A thank you photo of me standing with the park rangers who we will be delivering motorcycles to in Mongolia, emailed to you or posted to your facebook, whichever you prefer. Me, exhausted, after traveling 1,000 miles, standing with the very rangers who your donation will be helping!
2 out of 15 claimed
A thank you (not personalized) photo and note from one of the park rangers who your contribution will be helping, hand written and autographed in Mongolian! Brought back from one of our organizers meeting with them in March in Mongolia and mailed to you in April.
1 out of 8 claimed
A beautiful Ottoman-style bellydancing-type necklace from Turkey. This necklace is heavy. Made of zamak ( base metal of zinc and alloying elements of aluminium, magnesium, and copper).No nickel, so it's generally good for people who have nickel allergies (the most common metal sensitivity).
0 out of 1 claimed
Come take a walk on the semi-wild side with my goats in an over-grown abandoned rail-yard in Brisbane, California. You will definitely see goats, maybe jackrabbits, ground squirrels, hawks, graffiti, broken glass and pampas grass. Bring your lunch or drink, the goats can carry them! Be prepared to pee in the bushes as there are no toilets. Allow a couple of hours at least. Bring a friend.
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Not for the whiner! This is a paved path but it's steep. It takes about an hour and a half to hike to the top, and we will take our time and rest as needed. The goat will carry the champagne and snacks. At the top you can see both the SF Bay and the Pacific Ocean, spectacular views. There is an outhouse at the top and we can go along the ridge for a while in either direction. You will need a car to get there, and I will transport the goat. Bring a friend.
1 out of 2 claimed
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