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Great Job Dave!!!
 
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Greetings. I will be in the area mid-week next week for a few days. I'd love to come and spend some days involved in the boot experience. Looks like there are a couple spots still open, is that still the case? I'll gladly pay the gapper fee before dealing with too much logistics (and I have read the FAQ, disclaimers, etc.), just wanted to get a feel for the timing of my visit before forking over that much change. It could be a long while before I'm back in the area again.

Thanks in advance! My reception will be spotty but I will respond when I can.
 
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R,

Yes, there are currently two spots open.  Fork over the coin and we'll get you sorted.
 
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Jen, the boot, in a video made by josiah, the boot, talking about cob floor experiments made by the boots:

 
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