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Beautifully done! How did you join the octagons and the baskets? You inspired me!
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Absolutely beautiful! I don't know how you do it. It takes me a month to make one box.
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As always Malcolm these are great boxes and baskets. Very thoughtful of you to give these away filled with chocolates to people that are falling on hard times, I'm sure you have brightened their outlook with their current situation.
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I fogot to mention that I like your eucalyptus joke!
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Beautiful, Malcolm...and your thoughtfulness is even more awesome...
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Speaking of eucalyptus, did you guys hear the story of a guy visiting New Zealand and came upon an accident. He called for EMS and the operator ask the location. He told her on Eucalyptus Street. The operator asked how to spell eucalyptus. The guy said to hold on a minutes. Then the operator heard a lot of noise then the fellow came back on the phone said the accident is on Oak Street. He had moved the fellow to a street he could spell.

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Hey now, that street name is much more likely to be in Australia! I New Zealand we'd have really taxed him. He'd have been in Waikikamukau on Heretaunga St!

Beautiful boxes, and a lovely gesture in these trying times for people affected, well done.
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Holy cow, Malcolm. Now I know what that plume of smoke rising in your end of the county was. You were overheating your equipment! Nice, nice, work.
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Fantastic boxes & a wonderful gesture Malcolm.Can you tell us how long it took to make these beautiful boxes? James.
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Beautifully done! How did you join the octagons and the baskets? You inspired me!
Hi Malcolm.
Those boxes are magnificent.
Like Dave wrote IŽd like some details about the octogonal boxes specially the one at picture 2.
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