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Lake Norman Real Estate’s November 2013 Calendar is Here!

Lake Norman Real Estate's November 2013 calendar eview

While searching for a great photograph for this month’s Lake Norman Real Estate’s wallpaper calendar, I came across this beautiful shot of the Mayflower 2. While it is located far from Lake Norman in Massachusetts, I thought it was a fitting and a bit different way to honor the month during which we celebrate Thanksgiving!

The original Mayflower that sailed to Plymouth in 1620 no longer exists. Plimoth Plantation’s full-scale reproduction, Mayflower II, was built in Devon, England and crossed the Atlantic in 1957. The details of the ship, from the solid oak timbers and tarred hemp rigging to the wood and horn lanterns and hand-colored maps, have been carefully re-created to give you a sense of what the original 17th-century vessel was like.

To make your desktop calendar, go to the round button at the top of this site’s home page entitled: “Lake Norman Calendar”. Click on this button and up will come this image of my Lake Norman photo wallpaper calender for November 2013. All you have to do is right click and select “set as background”. This is a copyrighted photo so please understand that I can not send you a copy of this photo without the calendar. Thank you!

I NEED A DECEMBER PHOTOGRAPH!!!!  I would love to use one of your favorite photos depicting life here in Lake Norman during the holidays. (Optimum size is a landscape photo about 2MB or about 1600 x 1200 pixels). I will give a $25 Gas Card to anyone who provides a photo that I use as one of my monthly calendars. If you’d like to submit a photo or an idea for a future calendar, please send it to…

 

diane@dianeaurit.com

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