Advice from a Trail Laminated Bookmark

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Advice from a TrailTM

Give back to the earth with this Advice from a Trail bookmark. We celebrate the world and all it gives to us by giving back a portion of your purchase as a donation to our partner, American Hiking Society. Advice from a Trail can help you find your path. Find inspiration with every turn of the page by marking your place with this trail bookmark. Explore the twists and turns of a good book just like a good trail. Pack life with good memories with this recycled paper bookmark, laminated to last. We donate to the American Hiking Society to help maintain trails in the Rocky Mountains and more.

WE DONATE A PORTION OF SALES FROM THIS PRODUCT TO OUR NONPROFIT PARTNER

 

Full-color | Printed on recycled paper | Laminated | Made in the USA | 2.25" x 7.25"

Advice from a Trail Laminated Bookmark

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Sharon Loy
Colorado mountain trails are the best!

Love the idea of Advice from a Trail, but just wasn’t too taken with the sayings. After a long absence, I was able to be back in the Co mts, and thought of my experience. Your writers can certainly do better than these suggestions. Thank you for a great product.
Breath deep air with each step.
Feel and smell the breezes swaying the tree tops.
Watch your steps, but look up for little critters.
Sturdy shoes prevent sprained ankles.
Trail’s end can be breathtakingly beautiful.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Sharon Loy
Colorado mountain trails are the best!

Love the idea of Advice from a Trail, but just wasn’t too taken with the sayings. After a long absence, I was able to be back in the Co mts, and thought of my experience. Your writers can certainly do better than these suggestions. Thank you for a great product.
Breath deep air with each step.
Feel and smell the breezes swaying the tree tops.
Watch your steps, but look up for little critters.
Sturdy shoes prevent sprained ankles.
Trail’s end can be breathtakingly beautiful.