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Hardwood kitchen utensils from boats & other recycleables Alaska Style

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I,ve made utensils and wooden spoon's from the old boat's in Alaska for going on 26yrs now.
Very usable items including Chopstick's and an invention: Spife a wooden knife w/ a spoon on the other end, great for travelor's and camping adventure's quite useful.
The spoons have rune's and majick symbols burned into them, and some even have crystal and gemstone's inlaid.
There is a unique skinny-little spoon, called a star-spoon named after the starbucks fervor to throw-out, these are treasured coffee-stirrer's/ wand's for the spiritually uplifted in us all. (most have either faces carved into or jewels inlaid in them, hence Star-Spoon). call 907-299-3603 (eves) to order.
Look them up online at: spoonguy.tumblr.com or contact Mike at: alaska1spoonguy@yahoo.com.
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