Cover photo is of a Paul Gartside designed 11-foot flat-bottomed, traditionally built skiff.
2023 is the sixth year for us publishing this desk calendar which features images from our own MagicalKingdom... the WoodenBoat School, here in Brooklin, Maine.
Folks come from all over the world to take courses, and it's no wonder, when you see all the neat photos of what goes on. Each calendar week has a photograph on the left-hand pages, and right-hand pages have the days of the week—with plenty of room to jot your reminders as well as marking holidays and moon phases. Yes, you'll even find "talk like a pirate" day.
This has wire-o binding, so it stays flat on your desk. Measures 6-1/2" x 9-1/4" 112 pp.
If you were a fan of the old Mariner's Book of Days (no longer published) this desk calendar is the same size/format.
For more about the School, click WOODENBOAT SCHOOL, and tell'em the "Store" sent you.
Excellent photography, love the layout, and I can’t wait for my first class at the WoodenBoat School!
Very excited, and counting down every day on my calendar for my stay at the school!
first time I used one very handy
If only it were The Mariner's Book of Days.
Unlike last year’s calendar, this year’s uses glossy paper on the engagement pages, making it very difficult to make entries in pencil. A bit aggravating.
The value of the calendar would be seriously enhanced for those who schedule things on the weekends if there were boxes for each of the seven days like other engagement calendars have.