The calendars are in the mail!!!

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  1. Can Can

    Can Can Pusher Man Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Well, brothers, Kim and I just took two big boxes of stuffed envelopes down to the post office. $350+ later:doah:, the 2007 Rigs of CK5 calendars are in the mail and on the way!!!!!!:woot:

    FWIW, Kim and I take a lot of pride in providing a top-notch product. We also strive for 100% accuracy when we assemble the calendars. Please contact me if you have any issues with your copy/copies so I can do what it takes to make things right!!!!! :waytogo:

    Lastly, thanks to everyone who contributed to or purchased a calendar. Without you guys, all the time and effort involved with this just wouldn't be worthwhile. And thanks to this year's sponsors- ORD and NorthWestFab.

    I hope everyone is pleased with the final product. Like I said, if you have any concerns, feel free to PM any time.
     
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    Metrodps Strange but nice guy GMOTM Winner Author

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    Even though I could not buy one this year I want to thank You for all the hard work you do for us. I know it is thank less and some have no ideal as to what is involved but I am proud to be a member.

    FCK5 - CK5F
    For those who don't understand it \/
    Forever CK5 - CK5 Forever
     
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    SWEET man!! can't wait to see them.

    Thanks to both of you for all the hard work and time spent on these
     
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    thanks for all the hard work :waytogo:
    I know I can't wait for mine :D
     
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    I can't wait man! Hopefully the 29 year old arthretic mule they use to bring the mail between Alberta and Montana is up to the task this year ;)
     
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    I'm hopeful, but not counting on, actually receiving it by new year. You're worried about the arthritic mule walking to deliver yours? He's gotta swim a couple thousand miles to get to me! (mail is slow here)
     
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    when should we expect them?
     
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    :bow: :bow: :bow:

    I'm looking forward to getting mine:D
     
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    Thanks Paul and Kim for all your hard work. I enjoy looking over at my calendar and seeing these trucks that are kind of familiar looking. Better than staring at a calendar with some random "show" truck that was taken by a professional in a studio setting somewhere.
     
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    i cant wait! woohoo
     
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    Precisely.

    These two make a great deal of unspoken sacrifices for the calendar production. No profit at all, just a lot of hard work and little gratitude. Thanks to you both for your continued dedication to the site and the members.

    Send me Kim's Croc size and I'll find her a spare set. :D Unless you'd like some little blue tutuus as well. :thinking:



    :haha:
     
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    That, my friend, is now out of my hands. They'll be in the system today. How long yours takes to get to you is up to the mail gods. :rotfl:

    And thanks for the props, brothers. I hope you enjoy your calendars.
     
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    hmmm, ok, those of you have gotten them in past years, what do you think is an estimated DOA? the reason i ask is i hope it gets here before my parents head to FL
     
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    Nice! Can't wait!

    I ordered a couple of them, for xmas gift to my co-workers. :D

    THANKS!!! :bow: :bow:
     
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    Thanks Can!
     
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    Well, since you asked... Last year my calendar my calendar only had 28 days in February. Yet the year before that, 2004, there were 29 days!! Something ain't right here people.










    :haha:
    But seriously, thanks for all your work Kim & Paul. I enjoy and appreciate the calendar. And November for this year's calendar is a might fine piece of work. :D
     
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    Sweet deal brother, I can't wait to get mine and proudly hang it on my wall :thumb:
     

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