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Thread: In Honor of Earth Day

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    Dec 2006
    South Lake Tahoe, CA

    In Honor of Earth Day

    "Rocky Road Ahead "

    I thought this would be an appropriate posting for Earth Day.
    Whether you believe that the earth’s warming is temporary or a real danger, it’s pretty hard to ignore the changes due to the “greenhouse effect” – “the rapid retreat of glaciers in Greenland, Alaska, the Himalayas, the Antarctic Peninsula, and on high tropical mountains; the thinning and disappearance of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean during summer; the melting of permafrost in Canada, Alaska, and Siberia; and the rise of sea level and an increase in extreme weather.” (Larry O'Hanlon for the Discovery Channel)

    19.5” tall, curly maple and many others, finished with General Finishes Professional Satin
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    Malcolm ... You are amazing, and so is your work ... Great job

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    Oct 2006
    Harvey, Michigan
    Great imagination, beautiful execution and as always, inspiring. Thank you for posting!

    “You never know what you got til it's gone!”
    Please don’t let that happen!
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    I've got to say that's probably one of the most amazing works I've ever seen - period. I've seen your other amazing pieces, but the imagination, thought, and execution of this one truly makes it a work of art.

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    May 2006
    Some where between Buffalo and Rochester NY
    Yummy, rockyroad icecream. Great job on that.

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    South Barrington,Il.
    Malcolm oustanding, a lot of gluing and patience,great job.

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    Goodland, Kansas
    Malcolm that is absolutely stunning. What a wonderful piece. That had to be lots of work. Beautiful.

    Only one thing Malcolm don't let Andy Hoyt see it. It may get consumed.

    Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.

    To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.

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    Malcom, that is just incredible. The imagination in the design is great, and the execution is incredible. You also make these pretty quickly considering how intricate and perfect they are.
    No single raindrop believes it is to blame for the flood." -

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    That is just too cool. WOW!

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    Feb 2003
    Nashville, Georgia
    Malcom I am forever impressed by your talent, and entertained by your creative expression with wood. I appreciate and look forward to your posts, thanks.
    Glenn Hodges
    Nashville, Georgia

    "Would you believe the only time I ever make mistakes is when someone is watching?"

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    That's pretty incredible, awesome work!


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    Camas, Washington
    Pretty amazing piece! You did a great job creating that ... very imaginative!
    Isaiah 55:6-7

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    Jan 2004
    Lewiston, Idaho
    That is indeed an impressive piece Malcolm! Your talent of imagination and the turning expertise to produce what you have imagined amazes me!

    And to think that Clint Eastwood ran for mayor because you couldn't eat something like that in public!
    Last edited by Ken Fitzgerald; 04-23-2007 at 9:17 AM.

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    Feb 2006
    Bedford County, Virginia
    Words fail me. Incredible.

  15. Interesting piece, Malcolm. But if you guys want to stop global warming you need to read Sheryl Crow's solution. She has it all figured out...,2933,267783,00.html

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