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    Carol stopped by on her way home

    Carol Reed stopped by on her way home from John C. Campbell.

    Good visit - fine lady - She has a very full Van (Wood of many types and sizes)-- Her class turing boxes was a real success!

    Proof in photos of her visit.. for the photo cops...

    One is captioned -- I understand now....
    Last edited by Paul Gallian; 12-19-2010 at 09:44 AM.
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    She is one fine lady and a first class woodworker. Glad you two were able to get together.
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    Aw, Now you're making me want to load the camper up with Sharon and Bucky and drive around to meet all of Y'all...

    Great pics Paul!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Aw, Now you're making me want to load the camper up with Sharon and Bucky and drive around to meet all of Y'all...

    Great pics Paul!
    Yall are welcome here anytime brent and bring buckey too...
    "There’s a lot of work being done today that doesn’t have any soul in it. The technique may be the utmost perfection, yet it is lifeless. It doesn’t have a soul. I hope my furniture has a soul to it." - Sam Maloof
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Yall are welcome here anytime brent and bring buckey too...
    Ditto right back atcha Don!
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    It's great that you got a chance to visit. I suspect you two had more in common than just wood to talk about. I'm looking forward to meeting Carol myself before too long.
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    Brent,

    Not all but many roads lead to Missouri! You would be most welcome, and I will load you up with wood.. and not just fireplace wood... paul
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    I love to drive, and love to take long road trips.

    I'd love to get to Missouri and Arkansas one of these days. Some of my favorite memories are bass fishing trips to Bull Shoals lake on the border of Arkansas and Missouri. Truly beautiful country!

    It's just this darn job that gets in the way of my being able to do what I really enjoy...
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    Paul glad she got down your way. Like said she is a really nice lady. I'll be looking foward to seeing some of the stuff she did down there.Hint hint Carol.

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    well paul if you didnt understand it the first time ,,she is more than willing to explain it to you again till you do understand it like i have said before , never met a preacher like her before..i might have gotten some religion if i had i bet she has many stores from this trip to share
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