Calendar for July: Bluebird House

Dear blog readers:
Here is my monthly calendar offering to my blog readers to say thank you for reading and visiting — I publish these downloadable calendars as a gift of appreciation to you for sharing your lives with me through your writings and photos and comments on my blogs. 

For July’s calendar, I wanted to feature a photo I shot at our friends’ land near Helena. Clancy and Mandy celebrated their wedding in August, 2005 near this beautiful aspen grove in Blue Cloud. The rainbow-colors painted on this bluebird house, to me, symbolize the beauty and happiness these two young people have — and are creating everyday — in their lives. Their one year anniversary is coming up next month: blessings and good luck to both of you in the second year of your marriage, Clancy and Mandy!

Please feel free to download and print this calendar. To download, click anywhere on the calendar and you should get a new window with the image. Click on the photo again in that new window to go to the large version of the calendar. Right-click to download the calendar. It should print out 8.5″ x 11″. If you have a printer that requires a margin, please print this slightly reduced to fit on a standard letter-size paper.

I hope you enjoy the monthly calendars, and please let me know if you have any problems downloading I can send them to you by email attachment. Enjoy!

Calendar for June

Here is my monthly offering to readers of my blog, this calendar which you are welcome to download, print, or use however you want to (please don’t use it commercially without permission, though.)

To download, first click anywhere on the calendar, and you will see a new window with just the calendar photo on it. Click on the photo for a larger version. It looks best printed out at 8″x10″ size on heavy weight matte photo paper, but any paper will do.

Thanks for looking. I appreciate the visits to my blog and I hope you can make use of this calendar.

I’m always curious if anyone is actually using these calendars, so if you do, please leave me a comment. (that’s optional as always, though.) And for sure … enjoy it!