This laminated wooden tray features hand-drawn illustrations by artist Janetmarie Colby. The imaginative, playful illustrations include recreational activities, tourist attractions, and animal life. Illustrations include the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806 and the route of the Oregon Trail used by immigrants in the mid-19th Century. The underlying map by Carol Mendel was originally created in 1998. The version of the map used on this tray is from 2006.
These wooden trays are designed and shipped from California and handcrafted in Scandinavia. The back of the tray displays the natural color of the wood. Handwash only.
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Note: The tray is suitable for landing drinks, never for navigation.