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I’m working on the 2013 Chickens in the Road Calendar, hoping to have it ready by tomorrow. Meanwhile, here’s a little CITR calendar history.

2009:

2010:
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2011:

2012:

Unveiling the 2013 cover:

More tomorrow…

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 29, 2012  

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  1. 11-29
    4:02
    pm

    Love it::::

  2. 11-29
    7:53
    pm

    Are they already printed? I love Shortcake but she has some Rheum around her eyes in this pic. Is there another pic you can use as the cover?

  3. 11-29
    9:38
    pm

    How sad that 2010 (Clover) and 2012 (Mini-Belle) cover animals have gone on to the great pasture in the sky.

    AspenFlower, I noticed the matter around Shortcake’s eyes too.

  4. 11-30
    3:46
    am

    Love Shortcake’s pic. Makes me want to get a tissue out and wipe here eyes. . .

  5. 11-30
    7:26
    am

    I fixed her eye thing, thanks.

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