I am getting ready to order some more stickers. They seems to be quite popular. I should be selling them, but I just love to give them away. Maybe I’ll become more disciplined with the second round. But, who can resist when you see pictures like this???
These handsome guys are stealing the thunder from my good looking stickers, don’t you think? L-R, Dave Cornthwaite, Rod Wellington, and Dale Sanders. If you have a few minutes (hours) and a cup of coffee (several), kick back and watch these three in the bike car adventures. Sure-fire entertainment, no joke. Here is the link to Dave Cornthwaite’s Bikecar Expedition 2012: The Highlights
Good fun, guaranteed!
I also had fun designing business cards. I have 250 on order from freelogodesigns. Check them out, they’re friendly folks. Here is my first round business card design (address removed for web posting):
Hard to see it here, but I like the way the mountains are brown with the blue river flowing out. I think the ‘one woman’ line is brown and then the web address is blue. If I only had a map of the route on the back. I may add that with an address label. We’ll see if it works.
I would love to have t-shirts. Maybe I can mock something up for next post.
Lots to do.
Well, here is the result of my playing around:
Thought, comments, suggestions? Still need something for the front. Or, should this go on front? Hmmmm.
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It would be cool if the river running out of the mountains showed it ending up at the confluence somehow…like the Arch or something like that…???
Good point. you have good ideas, Maryellen!
P.S. I’m trying to decide on giving them out or asking for $10 donation to help support your expedition…hmmmmm.
The stickers and such look great.
Have you contacted Leave No Trace (lnt.org)? They have lots of resources on recreational low impact use of natural areas. As a teacher I use much of their content in my Wilderness Studies/Outdoor Ed classes. They are made from recycled plastic. The tag has the 7 LNT principles on it. They have a river corridor specific tag. Organizations also will get a run of tags done with their and the LNT logo and contact info on it. I give them out whenever I am educating groups or meet people in the mountains or on the rivers.
Just a thought.
Good luck with the adventure! I look forward to following your trip myself and with my students.
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada
Hi Mike, great information. I will check it out. Thrilled that you and your students will be following my trip. Thanks!