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Free Firefighter Blogger Template

I made the template intothefire for WordPress a while back and it is really starting to catch on. There a quite a few sites on the web using the template. I decided to share the love with the Blogger blogs as well. I have made a new template using my hazmat training picture for Blogger. The pictures are hosted on Picasa, but I am also including them in the zip file if you would like to host them yourself. You will just need to change the links. Feel free to use and share this template, and please help me out by leaving my link in the footer. Thanks and enjoy.



 

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