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23 September, 2015
The introduction of state symbols for the state bird of Vermont has had a lot to do with various women’s groups, such as the Vermo
The state bird of Maine is called the Chickadee and lives in the wooded areas throughout the state of Maine
Many snowbirds who visit Pleasure Island for the winter end up moving to the Gulf Coast.
Visitors and locals alike flock to some of the best beaches in the country located in Florida.
Massachusetts is an Indian term that roughly translates to "great mountain-place". Massachusetts is also named a
The state of Minnesota has many lakes and harsh winters, and back in 1961 Minnesota decided that the bird to represent their state
The great state of Pennsylvania is known for its panoramic mountain views, lush temperate landscape and abundant wildlife. As such
Those who like wintering the cold weather, but you like to do it in the sunny states. We are now producing many of the items on th
Michigan was the twenty-sixth state to be admitted to the United States
14 September, 2015
After Ohio's statehood in 1803, it took over 100 years for the state to literally start seeing red. Many would reason this
Quebec is the largest province in Canada and carries the nickname La Belle Province” or "The Beautiful Province"
Ontario is the most heavily populated province in all of Canada. The nations capital, Ottawa, is also found within this Provence.
In case someone has never heard the term ‘Snowbird’, this pertains to a person or persons who embrace the warmer climates during
It is almost that time of year again- the great migration to the south. Snowbirds and Bikers are packing up our belongings and
The New York state bird is the Eastern bluebird. However this almost did not come to pass. Initially the American robin was chosen
Michigan was the twenty-sixth state to be admitted to the United States; it became a state on January 26, 1837. The capitol of
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Junior Raglan T-shirt
Made in the U.S.A. by American Apparel
5.8 oz. 100% Ultra-fine combed ring spun 1×1 baby rib cotton
Junior’s cut, size up for a looser fit
Machine wash cold, no bleach
Aromatic, carbon less, Soy Candle in an apothecary jar, custom decorated with your state, provincial bird or flower.
Our Snowbird Exclusive 24″ x 3 fold, 100% cotton terry golf towel will impress everyone on the golf course!
The colors of choice are Black and Blue.
All States and Provinces Available.
We have six colors available, they are :
Bright yellow, dark yellow, light purple, dark purple, lime green and red.
Snowbird Proud To Be American License Plate
Proudly display your Home State’s Bird on your car, camper or golf cart – 12″ x 6″ (standard license plate size)
American Snowbird Magnet
Snowbird Magnet celebrating your winter home. Size: 3″x3¾”
Nice vinyl jacket with vinyl strap. On the back name, phone and address. All States and Provences available.
Express yourself with our premium-sized ceramic coffee mug. With its large easy-to-grip handle, steady base, and hefty 15 oz. capacity, this mug allows for comfortable sipping and slosh-free use, at home or at the office. Dishwasher & microwave safe, it’s easy to clean and for reheating.
Microwave & dishwasher safe
Holds 15 oz.
Dimensions: 4.5″ tall, 3.25″ diameter
Heavyweight 90/10 cotton/polyester blend by Hanes
Drawstring hood and kangaroo pocket
Stretch ribbed cuffs and waistband
100% cotton with pre-curved visor and adjustable hook-and-loop strap. One size fits most. Available in your choice of five colors.
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