Page-A-Day bikes

Every year, my mom gets Peter and me* Page-A-Day calendars for Christmas. Sometimes it’s comics, sometimes cat stuff, whatever.

* Thank you to the three separate people who informed me that my grammar was incorrect. I feel better knowing that I am not the only one with way too much free time. 😉

Two years ago, she gave me a Harley-Davidson Page-A-Day calendar, which consisted of 365 photographs of various Harleys. Marginally useful for figuring out the perplexing HD model names and alphabet soup, but not very applicable to my riding.

Thus, I was momentarily disappoined when I saw that 2005’s Page-A-Day calendar was also a Harley-Davidson one. However! The good folks at Harley’s publishing company have their acts together this year, and the calendar seems to be less a year-long Harley ad than a motorcycle-themed calendar with a slight Harley bias.

I’ve flipped through it a tiny bit, and in addition to pictures of Harley models, there’s now motorcycle trivia, quotes, and bits of history. I approve!


Today’s quote:
“The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land”
– G. K. Chesterton

Any calendar that quotes Chesterton (and a travel quote, no less!) on its first weekday gets a thumbs up in my book. 🙂

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