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Fantastic work, Malcolm. I'm with Rick on the grain of the first one.

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Hi Tom, I have passed your message on to the Director of Down Syndrome Society of Louisville. I haven't heard back from her, but will follow up. Thanks for suggesting this. Malcolm / Kentucky / USA
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love them all. I love the grain
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Very considerate of you to do that. This world needs more thinking like your.
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I generally take about 45 minutes to go from board to having a box cut out with one coat of finish on the inside with the boards laying out flat.

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Malcolm, just awsome job on all the boxes....really love the corner work you do on them.

I also live in Kentucky and havea small shop... being retired and able to do as i please and be debt free is an awsome thing!
i live in fleming co. not sure where ye might be but maybe we could some time sit and have a cup of Coffee and talk about woodworking sometime ...


God Bless, Greg Compton Fleming co. KY, U.S.A
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Occasionally I drive to W. Va. to visit my wife's folks. I see where Fleming County is located. Maybe we could get together.

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