Texas Cavers Calendar 2022

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$15.00

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  • All Texas cavers in Texas caves.
  • All profits benefit the Texas Cave Management Association (TCMA).
  • Printed on heavyweight 100# glossy paper.
  • 8.5″×11″ with small hole for hanging.
  • Includes lunar cycles for planning your caving or camping trips.
  • Includes convenient 3-year calendar on the inside cover for planning future trips.
  • Calendar dates sync every few years. Reuse this 2022 calendar in 2033, 2039, 2050, 2061, 2067, 2078, 2089, 2095, and beyond!

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2020 and 2021 were hard years for many nonprofits. In Texas, the nonprofit Texas Cave Management Association (TCMA) saw its funding diminish significantly as its typical fundraising events had to be cancelled. So a group of intrepid cavers and photographers decided to produce another Texas Cavers Calendar specifically to help the TCMA.

We spent months planning caving trips, coordinating with models, and painstakingly narrowing down all the great photos to a select 12. The end result was worth it. We have some great action shots, great artistic photos, all with gorgeous models traipsing through caves in the nude. All the profits will benefit the TCMA, so in addition to getting an amazing calendar, your purchase helps the TCMA protect Texas caves!

Remember that calendar dates sync every few years. Reuse this 2022 calendar in 2033, 2039, 2050, 2061, 2067, 2078, 2089, 2095, and beyond! If all that isn’t enough, the calendar includes the lunar cycle. Now you can plan your 2022 cave trips during a full moon for great nighttime lighting or during a new moon for pitch black stargazing or those stealthy caving trips. 😉

 

All profits for this product and other select items benefit the Texas Cave Management Association. Over $3,000 in support so far!

 

1 review for Texas Cavers Calendar 2022

  1. Paul Gillis

    This calendar features an amazing collection of lovely people doing their thing inside the earth in the altogether (although they are all practicing safe caving by wearing UIAA-approved helmets). Both men & women are seen naked in their favorite caves, some as couples. Despite their lack of clothing, there is no full frontal nudity shown. The photos, all sharp & well-lit, were taken by Bennett Lee, Oscar Berrones & Drew Thompson. They are printed very nicely on good heavy paper. So if you’ve always wondered what it would be like to go cave exploring naked, or to come across other cavers doing so, snap up a copy of this awesome calendar. (It can also come in handy when people ask you, “What do you find in those caves?”)

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