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T-Shirts in Honor of Baseball Spring Training!

5 Mar

Baseball spring training is upon us! Are you ready to eat, sleep, and baseball all day, every day?

Eat Sleep Baseball Tshirts
Eat Sleep Baseball Tshirts
by EatSleepBaseball
Eat Sleep Baseball 3 Shirts
Eat Sleep Baseball 3 Hooded Sweatshirts by EatSleepBaseball
Eat Sleep Baseball 4 T-shirt
Eat Sleep Baseball 4 T-shirt by EatSleepBaseball
Eat. Sleep. BASEBALL Batting and Home Runs G203 Tee Shirt
Eat. Sleep. BASEBALL Batting and Home Runs G203 Tee Shirt by JaclinArt
eat sleep baseball tees
eat sleep baseball tees by eatsleepstuff
Eat, Sleep, Play Baseball Sweatshirt
Eat, Sleep, Play Baseball Sweatshirt by TeamSportswear

Eat Sleep Baseball 2 Sweatshirts
Eat Sleep Baseball 2 Sweatshirts by EatSleepBaseball
Eat Sleep Play Baseball-blue Shirts
Eat Sleep Play Baseball-blue Shirts by Just2Cute
Baseball is life t shirt
Baseball is life t shirt by GoodToGoTees
eat sleep baseball pink tees
eat sleep baseball pink tees by eatsleepstuff
Baseball Shirt
Baseball Shirt by CustomSchoolTees
eat sleep baseball tee shirts
eat sleep baseball tee shirts by BestSellingShirts
Eat Sleep Baseball Repeat Tees
Eat Sleep Baseball Repeat Tees by TUFDUDE
Eat Sleep Baseball t-shirt
Eat Sleep Baseball t-shirt by tshirtfun

Eat Sleep Baseball T Shirt
Eat Sleep Baseball T Shirt by EatSleepBaseball
Eat...Sleep...Basebal T-shirt
Eat…Sleep…Basebal T-shirt by kstarinv
Baseball Perfect Day T-shirts
Baseball Perfect Day T-shirts by BaseballFan13
Eat Sleep Baseball Shirt
Eat Sleep Baseball Shirt by ExtremTee
Eat Sleep Baseball Shirt
Eat Sleep Baseball Shirt by sports_store
Eat. Sleep. Baseball. T-shirt
Eat. Sleep. Baseball. T-shirt by sports_gear
Eat, Sleep, Play Baseball T-shirts
Eat, Sleep, Play Baseball T-shirts by shakesports
Eat Sleep Baseball Sock Monkey Hoodie
Eat Sleep Baseball Sock Monkey Hoodie by LifesInk
Basic Needs for Softball/Baseball T-shirts
Basic Needs for Softball/Baseball T-shirts by SpazzySports
Eat, Sleep, Coach Baseball 3/4 Sleeve T-shirt
Eat, Sleep, Coach Baseball 3/4 Sleeve T-shirt by sportstshirts
Eat Sleep Baseball 4 Tshirt
Eat Sleep Baseball 4 Tshirt by EatSleepBaseball

Browse more Eat Sleep Baseball t-shirts! Remember if you click on any t-shirt, you can choose the style, color, and size you want, for infants to adults – or choose this design on lots of other gift items too!

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!

T-Shirt of the Day Award for the Birthday of Geocaching

3 May

What is geocaching, you ask? It’s a modern adventure treasure hunt, using GPS to find containers left by other geocachers, and to hide your own containers for other geocachers to find.

GPS (Global Positioning System), developed by the U.S. Department of Defense for military purposes, was scrambled so the public couldn’t read the signals … until May 1, 2000. To celebrate the accessibilty of GPS to the public, Dave Ulmer hid a bunch of small items in a bucket near Portland, Oregon, and announced what he had done on a USENET newsgroup. He laid out what are still the rules for geocaching: find it, take something, leave something, sign the log book. Within days, buckets and boxes of small items with logbooks alongside were being hidden in locations around the U.S., their GPS locations announced on the USENET group.

Though Dave Ulmer invented geocaching on that day in 2000, in reality it was a twist on a much older game called “letterboxing” in which the rules are basically the same, but one follows low-tech directions rather than using high-tech GPS systems to locate the hidden treasure box. In 1854, a guide named James Perrot hiked to a difficult location near Cranmere Pool in Dartmoor, England, and left his calling card in a bottle for future hikers to find. For thirty years, the few hikers who made it there would leave their own calling cards. Later, someone left a tin box with a self-addressed postcard; the hiker who found it would write a note on it and mail it to its owner, then leave his own postcard in its place. By 1905 a logbook was added, and a few years after than a rubber stamp was included, so that visitors could stamp their personal logbooks with the stamp they found inside. Unlike geocaching, letterboxing took a while to grow. It was forty years before another letterbox was hidden and announced, and another forty before the third appeared. It remained a Dartmoor phenomenon until a 1998 article in the Smithsonian and the fledgling internet enabled it to spread worldwide.

See other geocacher t-shirts! Remember if you click on any t-shirt, you can choose the style, color, and size you want, for infants to adults!

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!

T-Shirt of the Day Award for Take a Hike Day!

17 Nov

See more hiking tee shirts! Remember if you click on any t-shirt, you can choose the style, color, and size you want, for infants to adults!

I’ll see you in a funny t-shirt!


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