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    In the issue #18 Spring 2005, there is an article about Brad McFarland and how he turned his hobby into a business, which I found very interesting. So much so, that since I live close by to the "Cindy's Wine Cellar" where he did some of that work. I thought I'd drop in to take a look at it!! Unfortunately 'Cindy' sold her store a little while ago and took her art pieces with her at the time of sale. So if you were going to be in the neighborhood and thought you'd get a 'peek' at Brad's work, it won't be there. Bummer.

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