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    How about some articles by Chris Lubkeman as a follow up to his new book on branch whittling. I have enjoyed Chris's writing in the past. It is both informative and interresting. His classes have also been very helpful and entertaining. Whittling branches into various birds, letter openers, etc. is very relaxing and anyone can do a great job. Certainly the outlay for equippment - one two bladed pocket knife and branches from the pruning pile - is cheap enough.

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    Thank you for the suggestion. We keep a running list of all our subscriber's ideas, and this will now be added to it. When we choose articles for each issue, we review the list for our readers thoughts first. This is a great help in making sure our readers get what they are looking for. Thanks for helping us!

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