Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Over the years, I've had more than a few folks comment about my SRS444 logo above.
To answer a question recently received; I created it from scratch. The 444, obviously, was taken from the length of the Susquehanna from Cooperstown to the Chesapeake. The central compass design is from an etching on a Native American grave marker in the Forty-Fort, PA cemetery.
And the overall orange hue was taken from - where else - the shores of the Susquehanna as seen in the picture at the top of this blog.
There you have it.
P.S. - The Susquehanna has been bubbling methane for 223 days near Sugar Run, PA and the DEP STILL has not released their findings.