shipping news: xmas orders deadline 07 Dec …!

Inuit dogsled

XMAS Orders Deadline: 07 December!

{for both CANADA + USA}

… via Canada Post Expedited {our normal service as published} …

Orders after 07 December will be shipped later in December …

PS: lots of lovely stuff still in the shop! Thanks for another busy year, sorry so much sold out!

{image via the CDR}

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shipping news: xmas orders deadline 04 Dec …!

Inuit Modern book

XMAS Delivery Deadline: 04 December!

{for both CANADA + USA}

… via Canada Post Expedited {our normal service & ‘special’ flat rates as published} …

Orders after 04 December will be shipped later in December … XMAS orders deadline is a wee bit early this year … so hurry in to shop!

PS: apologies some stock is low/sold out, we’ve been extra busy this year!

{image from the book Inuit Modern}

shipping news: xmas xpress delivery date 21 DEC!

The de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver is considered by aviation historians to be the classic Canadian bush plane, “the airplane that opened the North,”. “To this day, many of these legendary planes can still be seen in remote skies around the world,”. The Canadian Engineering Centennial Board named the DHC-2 one of the Top 10 Canadian engineering achievements of the 20th century. In all, 1,657 Beavers were built by the time de Havilland ended production in 1967 — a record for a plane manufactured in Canada. Please visit and support this original historic site, the de Havilland Canadian Air & Space Museum, before it’s too late!

Photo and intriguing article via CBC: A de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver, most likely the original CF-FHB, on skis in the snow of Ootsa Lake, B.C., in the winter of 1951-52. The three men on the left are unidentified. The fourth man on the right is Frederic Rowland. (Rowland family photo)

*21 DEC: Tinder’s last shipping date for Xmas, in Canada, via Xpresspost {a new option via our upgraded webshop}! Orders must be in by 12 noon!*

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