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Author Topic: Life's sunset......Treecyclers style  (Read 4644 times)

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Re: Life's sunset......Treecyclers style
« Reply #20 on: June 05, 2006, 10:07:19 AM »
WOW! That isn't a casket, it is a work of art, I would feel too guilty to be buried in one :D

Thank you so very much for your kind words! The best part is that, even for it's intended use, the wood still demands to be caressed, and appreciated.
I intended it to be for cowboys and horse folks, people that appreciate and respect their fellow man, and folks that remember what it is to be a neighbor.
BTW: Very slick web site, with the windows opening and then closing properly, I am impressed.
It's a very simple java script that I had a friend hook me up with in exchange for a jewelry box that I had made from a maple burl.
I think it adds a professional aspect to my site, makes me look bigger than I really am, and people tend to like that.
I wake up in the morning, and hear the trees calling for me...come make us into lumber!

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