Become a Vested Partner in 2009 — Wilderness North

Celebrating 30 Years of Wilderness North  –          

Become a Vested Partner in 2009

Wilderness North calendarWe are preparing a full colour wall calendar for 2009 and we’re gathering photos now. This Wilderness North Calendar will be mailed to guests and special friends of ours in mid-December.

In addition to photos of scenes from Ontario’s Boreal forests, and of guest trips to our remote cabin destinations & full service lodges, these calendars will have important information for 2009 visitors: daily Solunar ratings, sunrise/moonrise & sunset/moonset times, moon phase information, temperature & rainfall data, fishing license information, Canadian & US holidays, and tips for wildlife viewing, birding, and angling.

Here’s where you come in. Send us up to three photos (.jpg) from your past trips. These would be photos that you feel would look great on our 2009 calendar – photos you are willing to share with others. If we choose your photo for a page in the calendar, you will receive a Wilderness North Logo Vest, so you will be “lookin’ good” and you can tell everyone how you got it free. If your photo makes the cover, you will win an additional $250 shopping spree in our gift shops. We plan to open our online gift shop in 2009 as well.

Also, drop us a note about the kind of information you would like to see included as part of this 8-1/2 by 11 inch 2009 calendar. Our goal is to make an E-Version and desk top photos available to anyone as well. So join in the fun.

Send an e-mail now, and we will respond with all the instructions and all the information you’ll need to send us your photos and your ideas. Don’t forget we’ll need your full name and a phone number to get back in touch with you. Deadline for the photo submission is October 24th.

We look forward to hearing from you soon,

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