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    some stuff i`ve been busy with

    here are a few pics of what i`ve been building lately;
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    [SIZE="1"] associated with several importers and manufacturers.[/SIZE]

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    Hot dang! That is some fine work.

    Ken

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    a coupla more;
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    There's only one word for that Tod--WOW!

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    You really seem to have a problem with straight boards, huh?

    Beautiful stuff there, Tod. Nice to see some pics of your work.
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    As always, Tod.... Absolutely awesome. Looks like the work of a true craftsman....something you might see in a historical home in New England or Europe. Amazing!

    Will you be able to post some pics of the rooms when they are fully finished? Another great addition to you web site too.... (hint).

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    My chin hurts. Always happens when my jaw drops unexpectedly and hits the top of the desk.
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    Oh, is that all. Holy cow! Just amazing Tod - I would certainly hope your client is as impressed as I am.

    Wes

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    Wow, those Arkies know how to live the right way, nice work Tod!

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    I'm speechless. Positively in awe.
    I think I saw some of that old wood in yer shop last time I came by.
    I think I know whose house that's going in.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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