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February 23, 2014

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Love this!

Kalyn, I have another spoon (I'll share here, too) made by the same artist, in the same wood. I think the natural colors of the wood are remarkable.

Beautiful! We have a table top of cocobolo. It's beautiful wood, and in the larger pieces, you can see faces.

It's beautiful. You must have one of the world's leading collections of wooden spoons by now. A great area for collecting. And they all have stories of their own.
Love it!

Susan, thanks for sending me photos of your cocobolo table. I've never seen anything like it.

Joyce, it's a collection filled with memories, and that always makes me happy.

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