Ok, I have lived here going on 9 years and I am not cool enough to know what there stickers are suppose to stand for or advertise. So I hope someone here knows. I can't even find a picture of one so I'm going to describe them.
One is a green Washington state with white lines crossing the state from one corner to another but I can't remember which corners.
The other is a snow cat for grooming ski slopes.
So, what are they advertising?
I haven't seen the stickers in awhile. I have also seen the Washington state design on t-shirts.
Has anyone noticed the Oregon stickers with the green heart on it?
I have searched the interwebs and can not find an image. I'll have to start bringing my camera everywhere and get a picture of one.
Being a diver I know the dive flag. The Washington sticker I'm talking about is green and almost looks like the old Japanese rising sun flag. The white stripes start in the south east corner of the state and get wider as they reach the north west corner. I'm sure it's like the spacecraft or Oregon heart stickers, but I would like to know exactly what it's for or selling.
Thanks for the two links. I figured the snowcat was a snowboard shop. I think the first time I saw it was on a ski lift at Baker and just figured it had something to do with selling some kind of ski apparel.
I also thought that the Oregon heart was just what it turned out to be. I always saw them on cars with Oregon license plates and to be honest they are pretty self explanatory.
I haven't seen a Washington state sticker in awhile but when I do I'm going to get a picture.
LOL, maybe you should be watching the road instead of looking for stickers on other cars.
that's not how we roll in WA... we read funny bumper stickers while laughing at the DVD we are watching while programming our GPS while drinking our starbucks and eating our egg mcmuffin while texting our kids on our personal phone about the email we just got on our blackberry work phone while changing lanes through the construction zone.