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Too cool.
 
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These are wonderful! Now everytime I start a fire in our wood stove I feel guilty. My husband produces an abundance of shavings and somtimes plays around making a tiny, one shaving "shaving horse" for visiting children.
 
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inspiration.....
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so much possibility
 
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That's insane! In a totally awesome way.
 
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Judith Browning wrote:inspiration.....

Judith, your husband has many admirers here, and I hope he knows it
I have an offtopic, random, and possibly very silly question.
My vision's a bit dodgy and I can't for the life of me see how/where your wodge of woodchips is 'in space'
Am I looking from the side? Underneath? See what I mean about random questions?!
 
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Leila Rich wrote:

Judith Browning wrote:inspiration.....

Judith, your husband has many admirers here, and I hope he knows it
I have an offtopic, random, and possibly very silly question.
My vision's a bit dodgy and I can't for the life of me see how/where your wodge of woodchips is 'in space'
Am I looking from the side? Underneath? See what I mean about random questions?!



I tell him, Leila...by the end of the day, though, he's not up for talking 'pitchforks' much
I took the picture standing kind of from the side...so from above and slightly to the side he is about to move the pile so I wanted to get a picture before they go out....don't think I have a sculpture in me...although at one time I would have given it a go!
 
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