Here I am putting up a trail sign at Whitten Woods, a 400 acre recently protected by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society. When I hiked the area, I got pretty confused about where I was and which trail would get me home.
So, I offered to make them some “you are here” trail signs, which we posted at half a dozen trail junctions around the area. It was a great way to get in a 3 mile hike, and it was fun to see some parts of the area that I had missed the first time.
We made these trail signs on OmegaBond, which is a sandwich of aluminum and plastic. It’s a nice and durable sign making material. We printed it with our UV cured printers, and gave it a UV blocking clear topcoat.