Thursday, April 02, 2015

Spacewalk T-shirts!

I'm making shirts for my tree service!  See below for info if you're interested in having one sent to you.  $20/shirt.

If any of you don't know, I've been a certified arborist since 2006 and made my business a real thing this past fall.  Since '06, it's been something that I did in between other contract work but this year, I've been doing it as my main work.  I named the business Spacewalk Tree Service because when I'm in the trees I often feel similar to what I imagine what an astronaut feels like on a spacewalk.  Hopefully someday I'll have a chance to compare them myself.

The shirts are being printed by friends of mine at Fox Island Printworks on North Haven Island in Maine.
American Apparel Track T: XS-2XL
http://store.americanapparel.net/tri-blend-short-sleeve-tra…
(They're very soft, good shirts.  State Radio uses the same kind.)
If you want one, email me (benjaminurmston@gmail.com) the following:
Size
Color (best on black or navy - AA calls them "tri-black" or "tri-indigo")
The cost is $20/shirt and you can pay once the shirts are made at the end of the month. I'll send the shirt to you.
 The actual shirt will have the typed SPACEWALK TREE SERVICE below it as shown in the mock up below.

Yeah, springtime! My best to you and your trees.

DAY 5E: New Castle, Pennsylvania to Norwood, Massachusetts.


I am home!  What a trip.  I am exhausted now.  I awoke at 0500 to beat the sun into the sky but as soon as the sleeping bag was packed the fog rolled in.  I waited as the fog sat there for the next too many hours, but eventually made it off the ground. 


I made it to Great Barrington, MA where I met up with my friends Rob, Nadine and Brook Lloyd and then back into the sky for the quick trip back to Boston. 

When I landed in Norwood