Saturday, December 06, 2008

Return of the Calendar




We've done it again. Created a calendar, featuring photos from our 2009 trips. Which were all in the Rocky Mountain areas, so there are many pictures of pointy things.

The calendar is 13.5" x 19", printed on glossy stock, and includes astronomical data as well as holidays for the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. (Did you know that Cinco de Mayo is on the Fifth of May every year? I had no idea!)

The calendar is distributed on a creative commons license, and we don't make money on it.

This picture was taken at dawn, from Cape Royal in the Grand Canyon. I get shivers just looking at it.

Walter & Kathy's 2009 calendar. Includes Cinco de Mayo! Available now.

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Blogger Ken Houghton said...

"Did you know that Cinco de Mayo is on the Fifth of May every year? I had no idea!"

Next thing, you'll be telling us you thought that the 4th of July is a different day in every country.

6:10 PM  
Blogger dubjay said...

I know that the Fourth of July wasn't celebrated in Vickburg till the 1970s.

It was Surrender Day, you see.

3:58 PM  

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