I apologize for not keeping up on the decal duty. I only have a few left anyway. I should probably keep them for myself so I can always have one on my next car. I through allot of cars. LOL
I'm glad to see Adam is going to take over the decals. I have allot going on right now and believe it or not sending decals was allot of work. I'm glad I could help out though.
"The very basic core of a man's living spirit is his passion for adventure". Christopher Johnson McCandless.
Saw the logo proudly displayed on a blue (chevy or ford?) pickup with topper pulling into Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park just yesterday. I was going to follow and park next the person and strike up a conversation, but considering I was meeting my wife at the ER, I thought better of it. But the logo is out there!
Adam sent me a pair before we left on our trip, and well put them on min before putting into the BWCA. We simply took a starch pad and scuffed up the side of the aluminum canoe, wiped it clean with an old t-shirt, and stuck them in place. We had temperature changes all over the place on our trip even covered the logos in ice / frost several mornings. On the trip back to Iowa they took the full blunt of the wind roughly 75 mph for 9 hours, and never once had an issue.
On our first portage we ran across a couple of guys and their dog. One took the time to talk about the logo on our canoe and it turned out to be Butthead for the site.
On a side note Butthead and Paul the paddle my friend cracked lasted the rest of the trip. He did use the spare when in the rivers and pushing through the rocks however.
Hopefully Canoe212 will get a few pictures up soon of our trip and logo pics.
Thanks, Canoe that sure was a chilly morning in that last picture. I imaging we were quite a sight that day huddled around the point because it got the first morning sun hoping to have our seat halfway defrosted before we started out.