I like, no love… calendars. I do not use electronic day planners. I prefer paper over gadgets. I like checks over direct deposit. I know my tellers name. I still use VCR’s. Yes, that was plural. Rarely on twitbookface. Never snapped a chat or instanced a gram... And by God… I LOVE a good calendar. I look at it everyday, multiple times a day… and so I know what I am typing about here. (I must say that I do prefer a PC over an IBM Selectric.) You young folks probably have no idea what I am talking about.
The Mile High Fiero Club calendar is a nice addition to your office or garage wall with some of the best pictures culled by Fiero owners in picturesque settings. The club lost a very dear friend in 2015, Larry Torrez, who was a multiple Fiero owner and had a real eye for beauty and for staging a shot. Several months are photos taken by him and the calendar is dedicated to his memory.
Here are some nice perks to ordering the MHFC Calendar from Zazzle:
1) you get to pick your style of month and date grid (click on the 'customize' option)
2) optional holiday and significant date labels (everything from Mother’s day to the Winter Solstice)
3) calendar is single car full page with breathtaking scenery
4) can get range of 3 sizes with the MHFC calendar, your choice of color of ring spiral or flat layout
5) calendar is heavy bond (thick) photographic quality with a gloss finish
6) pages can be easily removed to cut up into collages or hang each photo
7) AND.... you can replace any photo on any month with one of your own upload (and alter the text)!!!!
Your MHFC calendar is $18-28 depending on size, and often you can find great Zazzle discounts online
People often stop in my cube and comment on the photos... And this makes a great gift for the Fiero enthusiast!
Many thanks to Christine for giving us another calendar, I know Larry would have been pleased.
<---- did you buy Cliff a beer? ................
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