Inagural Class of Radeke State

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"Every Fall and Winter my cousins, friends, and myself head on up to a US Forest Service cabin in the White Mountains of New Hampshire...the Radeke Cabin. The cabin has four walls, no running water, no electricity...just a wood stove, plenty of wood, and mice. I had these shirts made up to to highlight our trips up there...and to emulate a University t-shirt. Radeke State...Kancamagus Campus (after the Kancamagus 'Highway'). On the crest of our shirt is a mouse, a mouse trap, and a cabin. The folks at CustomInk were absolutely awesome in ordering the shirts...to include the phone call I received about the design. After an explanation from myself the fella on the other end broke into laughter. The shirts were a hit with all the guys...to include the one we presented to 'Ranger Rob' from the USFS for all he's done for us when we visit the cabin each year! CustomInk? Keep up the good work!!" - Thing Maker (Nov 08, 2012)

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comment by Guest - Jan 09, 2013 - back to the top

"Thing Maker" is such a nice guy. He goes by many names. Some not appropriate to be posted here. The shirt itself, appears to be of decent quality. It does seem to have "Special powers", depending on who is wearing it. A Mendonite

comment by Guest - Jan 09, 2013 - back to the top

Dear A. Mendonite, Thank you for the kind words...and mention of the 'special powers' of my creation. It seems all enjoyed their new shirt, but one seems to gleen very special powers from it. Again, thanks commenting..."Thing Maker"

comment by Guest - Jan 09, 2013 - back to the top

Do NOT wear these shirts while zorbing. In rare instances, they can cause safety harness slippage. Ivan Bruiseinski