In the midst of my Colorado travels I’ve come across many a wandering soul. Perhaps they find comfort in beaconlessness; some may not have a map to guide their weary feet, and others simply don’t have a good sense of direction. For the lattermost folk, I have invented a key to your survival.
My Mountain|Compass ring may look like a simple piece of bijou perfection, or even a fierce weapon for encounters with inner-mountain billy goats gone territorial, but the real treasure is hidden in its functionality: the ring can help you find cardinal directions.
Step 1.) Find yourself lost and in need of guidance
Step 2.) Hold the ring flat in your hand, with the mountain side pointing to the mountains
Step 3.) Locate compass notch on the opposite side of the ring
Step 4.) Rejoice: the notch points EAST
For sale for the FIRST TIME in very limited run starting at tomorrow’s First Friday. Solid metal alloy, sizes 6-8. $188 each. [update: now available for $98-140: see new blog]
(Please note: Steps 1-4 are unnecessary to Colorado natives. Only works on the eastern slope of Colorado with semi-clear skies. Not responsible for consequences involving The All Seeing Eye when wearing ring. Talk to me about special orders involving stones or silver.)