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Reproducing small carvings

April 1 2004 at 3:54 PM

Doc & Ed  (Login ed_meyer)
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I used to carve these prairie dogs when I first
moved to montana because they sold well for
trophies for gopher shoots and at bars.
I couldn't make them fast enough though so I
couldn't realize the full potential of sales I could have had.

Then Ed my faithful sidekick and carving buddy
had the idea of a lifetime. We could easily reproduce
them Just put them in the same enclosure and let nature do the rest!

Now as you can see we are up to full production and we
have more coming daily! Why didn't I think of this?
Sometimes easy things just elude me,

April Fools !
Doc and Ed

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(Login yooper2)

"Oh Well"

April 2 2004, 6:58 PM 

Now that's Yooper stuff..........., might be small but showing them we just don't make square bears in the U. P. Also your duplicating machine fits in here snuggled by me in the Ottawa National Forest just like a rusty old chevy pickup, another Yooper notarity. I love the woods.

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Doc Parker
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Yup, yoop

April 2 2004, 9:54 PM 

Hi Milton, yeah we yoopers can make cool stuff with the best of em' eh? I love thee woods too, it's where we all come from(except them city folks like you know who) Doc

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