Ever felt like your life could use a bit more grit, some outdoorsy charm, or even a lumberjack-esque quip?
– introducing the “Got Wood?” stickers!
They’re durable, cheeky, and as proud of their roots as a sequoia!
Printed on high-opacity adhesive vinyl, these stickers are a tongue-in-cheek nod to the rich history of western Maine’s logging camps.
The perfect addition to your laptop, water bottle, or even that rusty old toolbox, these stickers can tackle anything – they’re as resilient as a logger and twice as adhesive!
Each sticker boasts a high opacity film that’s harder to see through than a dense Maine forest.
No bubbles will dare to appear during application – these stickers stick smooth and fast, much like a logger’s axe. Crafted from durable vinyl with a 95µ density, they’re designed for indoor use and will weather everyday wear and tear with ease.
Remember to clean the surface before applying your sticker, we wouldn’t want any dirt ruining your homage to the sturdy men and women of the logging camps, would we?
And by purchasing these stickers, you’re supporting local Maine communities – how’s that for getting more than just a laugh?
Order now and celebrate Maine’s logging heritage with a humorous twist.
As an eco-friendly bonus, each sticker is made on-demand, helping reduce overproduction. After all, wouldn’t the lumberjacks want us to protect the forests? The “Got Wood?” stickers – giving you a healthy dose of humor, history, and heart. Get yours now, and let’s stick it to ’em!
THE EVOLUTION OF LOGGING CAMPS IN KENNEBEC VALLEY, WESTERN MAINE
TIMBER TRAILS AND RIVER DRIVES
The logging industry continues to be a significant part of the Kennebec Valley’s economy. It has adapted and evolved over the centuries, shaped by technological advancements, environmental considerations, and societal changes. While it is vital to remember and honor the past, it is equally important to look to the future, to continued innovations and sustainable practices in the industry.
The history of the logging camps in the Kennebec Valley is more than just a tale of the past—it’s an ongoing story of resilience, adaptation, and the enduring relationship between the people of Maine and their forests. It serves as a reminder of the region’s rich history, and an inspiration for future generations to continue to respect and preserve their natural heritage.