First Shot Wallpaper: Down Time

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First Shot: March 2006
Denver Bryan

Down Time: "Max is kind of a goofball--every once in a while, he'd snap at a feather going by," says Don Banducci, whose springer spaniel had to be at the center of this marathon plucking session after a Saskatchewan goose hunt last October. Banducci and his friends have made a tradition of the big annual bird cleaning. "We bring some lawn chairs and some six-packs and go to it. And we'll toss the dogs the livers and hearts, so they're pretty interested."

Instructions for downloading wallpaper (Windows users):
1.) Click on either 800 X 600 or 1024 X 768 to open the resolution you prefer.

2.) Right-click on the opened image. You may then choose to download the image, or select "Save As Wallpaper" (or "Set picture as...," "Set as Wallpaper," or "Set as Desktop item," depending on your system.)

3.) If you chose "Save As Wallpaper," you're finished! If you chose to download the image, go to your "Control Panel," select "Background," and browse to locate and select the downloaded image.

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2.) With your mouse on the opened image, hold down the mouse key until a menu appears, then choose

3.) "Download Image to Disk," select a folder, and save.

4.) Under the Apple menu, open "Control Panels," then "Appearance."

5.) Under "Appearance," open "Desktop," then "Place Picture." Browse to the folder in which you saved the image and select the image. Click "Open" and choose "Set Desktop."