I’ve Been to Duluth The Great Outdoors John Candy tee t Shirt (Wally Lodge Tan, Large)


(as of Sep 10,2018 08:18:26 UTC – Details)

So this is the t shirt old man Wally wore who ran the camp ground or resort or whatever the hell you want to call it. It was a small role in the movie but so memorable and great! I couldn’t recreate the beer stains Wally had on his…so you will have to take care of that yourself! Classic character from a classic American comedy! Another original from SHIRTQUARTERS!

This is a vintage black screen print available on a 100% cotton Gildan T Shirt in the following three colors:

*Wally Lodge Tan

*Vintage Orange

*Outdoors Natural

-100% Cotton Gildan/Anvil T Shirt

-High Quality Screen Print

-Printed, packaged & shipped in the USA

Style and Size Dimensions:
Gildan Crew Neck Standard Cut 100% Cotton T Shirt
Chest Width: S 18″ M 20″ L 22″ XL 24″ 2XL 26″ 3XL 28″
Length HPS: S 28″ M 29″ L 30″ XL 31″ 2XL 32″ 3XL 33″

$5.95 ships as many as you want to anywhere in the United States.
$10.95 ships as many as you want to Canada.
$15.95 ships as many as you want to anywhere else in the world.
(So buy one or buy 10 t shirts and pay only one shipping fee!)

Our Original Design (others have copied)
Screen Printed in the USA
Shipped from the USA

The Tenth Man


(as of Sep 09,2018 16:17:14 UTC – Details)

George Winter, a self-made businessman and MP, lets nothing get in the way of his climb to the top. Certain in his belief in the corruptible and foolish nature of others, whenever Winter meets a competitor who can’t be bought, he destroys the man through methods both legal and underhanded. Then, he meets his ‘tenth man’: a victim who refuses to be silenced by threat or bribery, with the power to bring Winter’s house of cards crashing down around him… Brian Desmond Hurst directs this masterly adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s play which features a brilliant central performance by John Lodge as the ruthless investment broker who will stop at nothing to shore up his social and financial position, with Antoinette Cellier as the woman he refuses to release from a loveless marriage. The Tenth Man is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Special Feature: Image Gallery

The John Muir Trail Wood Map


(as of Sep 08,2018 11:48:30 UTC – Details)

From Yosemite Valley to Mt Whitney, there runs a trail 211 miles long…we’ll let that trail’s namesake describe it best: “…after ten years of wandering and wondering in the heart of it, rejoicing in its glorious floods of light, the white beams of the morning streaming through the passes, the noonday radiance on the crystal rocks, the flush of the alpenglow, and the irised spray of countless waterfalls, it still seems above all others the Range of Light.” John Muir Our handcrafted wood map features the glorious John Muir trail in our signature two-toned layered wood cutout. The top outline has an added accent of tree cutouts. Mounting hardware is included (sawtooth hanger). ***Wood is a natural product and each map will vary. Made to order in the USA

A Texas Hill Country Christmas


(as of Sep 07,2018 19:39:32 UTC – Details)

This was released in a very limited run as a benefit for the Children & Candlelight Ranch. Subtitle: “The Lodge Recording Studio Presents A Hill Country Christmas”. Tracks Include: 1. THOMAS MICHAEL RILEY Christmas In the Hill Country 2. FREDDY POWERS Santa, Why Can’t Every Day Be Christmas 3. MIKE BLAKELY A Handmade Christmas 4. DEBBI WALTON Ordinary Dream 5. KEVIN HIGGINS A Christmas Song 6. SHELLEY KING Let’s Stay Home For Christmas 7. BEN BECKENDORF I’ve Got No Need for Santa 8. BARBARA MALTEZE Peace On Earth 9. GARY P. NUNN The First Christmas Gift 10. WALT WILKINS There Were Angels 11. JOHN ARTHUR MARTINEZ What Child Is This 12. JESSA Because You Are 13. ELLIOTT FIKES O Holy Night (Extra track) 14. FREDDY POWERS Happy Birthday to the Lord

A Fly Rod of Your Own (John Gierach’s Fly-fishing Library)


(as of Aug 17,2018 19:11:26 UTC – Details)

“After five decades, twenty books, and countless columns, [John Gierach] is still a master,” (Forbes) and his newest book only confirms this assessment, along with his recent induction into the Flyfishing Hall of Fame. In A Fly Rod of Your Own, Gierach brings his ever-sharp sense of humor and keen eye for observation to the fishing life and, for that matter, life in general.

Known for his witty, trenchant observations about fly-fishing, Gierach’s “deceptively laconic prose masks an accomplished storyteller…his alert and slightly off-kilter observations place him in the general neighborhood of Mark Twain and James Thurber” (Publishers Weekly). A Fly Rod of Your Own transports readers to streams and rivers from Maine to Montana, and as always, Gierach’s fishing trips become the inspiration for his pointed observations on everything from the psychology of fishing (“Fishing is still an oddly passive-aggressive business that depends on the prey being the aggressor”); why even the most veteran fisherman will muff his cast whenever he’s being filmed or photographed; the inevitable accumulation of more gear than one could ever need (“Nature abhors an empty pocket. So does the tackle industry”); or the qualities shared by the best guides (“the generosity of a teacher, the craftiness of a psychiatrist, and the enthusiasm of a cheerleader with a kind of Vulcan detachment”).

As Gierach likes to say, “fly-fishing is a continuous process that you learn to love for its own sake. Those who fish already get it, and those who don’t couldn’t care less, so don’t waste your breath on someone who doesn’t fish.” A Fly Rod of Your Own is an ode to those who fish that “brings a skeptical, wry voice to the peril and promise of twenty-first-century fishing” (Booklist).