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Dinosaur Calendars



sash@teleport.com wrote:

> Try Portland (Oregon)'s best web site - http//www.powells.com

> Do a browse by section, calendars.  They have a gajillion calendars, 
> so try a few sub-sections.  Dinotopia is in fantasy, the Age of 
> Mammoths is in Animal Art, the Ultimate Dinosaur is in Science.  Etc...

I ordered the Ultimate Dinosaur on-line. (I hope that it is in stock.)  That
is the only dinosaur calendar I found.

Alas, the other suggestions of Brian Franczak?s calendar were pre-answered by
Brian himself:

> I was going to produce a '98 dinosaur calendar through The Dinosaur 
> Studio, but there was an insufficient number of responses (about a 
> hundred) to ads we took out. With that little interest, it was impossible
> to justify the expense of printing the calendar, so I cancelled the 
> project. If anyone refers you to either me or The Dinosaur Studio, 
> know that I wanted to do it, but it just didn't happen. Maybe 
> next year. Anyway, I'll be posting the twelve images on The Dinosaur 
> Studio web-site sometime early in '98, if you're interested in seeing
> the calendar that never was. The address is: 
> http://www.dinosaurstudio.com

> Brian Franczak (franczak@ntplx.net)

Mary
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