Stickers

Yup, I like the stickers on my Land Rover. They all mean something of one sort or another – not just random stickers.

So, what we have is … from left to right …

Neverwhere – The title of my favorite Neil Gaiman book and perhaps favorite book period. Obviously done in the style of the London Underground.

Just British – The greatest online motoring magazine ever – devoted to just British cars. Yes, I am a bit partial. Why do you ask?

Camel Trophy – Slogan sticker from the old Camel Trophy competitions.┬áThe Camel Trophy was a vehicle-oriented competition that was held annually between 1980 and 2000, and it was best known for its use of Land Rover vehicles over challenging terrain.

Vermont VT with Moose – I went to Vermont last year and had a blast. It is home to a lot of Land Rovers, though I never did see a moose.

Bloody Knuckles Brotherhood – These come from the at Series-Defender Outfitters. No, mine is neither a Series or a Defender, but I know the feeling of bloody knuckles.

British Car Club of Charleston, SC – My home club and just coincidentally, the club I helped to form over thirty years ago. Oh, and did I mention that my mother designed the logo way back then?

SEWE (Duck) – Kind of the odd man out. SEWE is the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition which is held annually here in Charleston. I am not a hunter by any means, but I enjoy going and hanging out and messing with the Dock Dogs. I have been going to this since it first came to Charleston in 1985.

That is all the stickers for now. Stay tuned, I am sure there will be more.