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    Thanks for starting the scroll albums Bill . Your clocks are amazing!! They're all beautiful but I think my favorite is the Black Forest Leaf ... maybe because it's the nearest to something I could hope to achieve?
    The next time you're in that site I wish you would let us know the size (how tall) of the clocks. I can't comprehend how you scroll thin wood without it splitting and breaking. Oh, how I wish I could stand over your shoulder for an afternoon.

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    Wow Bill, that is some excellent work!


    BTW ,never mind some of the rude remarks made by some people, ignore them and they'll get tired and go away. I for one am appreciative of your work and I'm sure there are other readers here that are too!
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