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At 3:02pm on March 22, 2012, Ken Tywoniw said…

Generally, I just do what I'm told, though some may argue! When clients ask for the extraordinary features found in nature and we research it a bit, a project becomes extraordinarily more interesting itself, and a lot more fun to build... and trees are one our favorite subjects! Now that I think about it, I'm always doing this work for someone else... bringing their dreams to life... something has gotta change here! ----Thanks Earl, and remember not to go too far out on a limb!-K

At 4:28pm on March 21, 2012, Ken Tywoniw said…

Hi Earl-can't wait to see what you've been working on and bringing the next tree to life. I'm planting some new seeds right now, (doing the armature, that is) for another tree and will have a few saplings going soon. Have fun where ever you are rooting around!----Ken

At 2:46pm on February 8, 2012, Don Hansen said…

The top limb was 8ft. There are 6. I got various plant because that was avaiable. I made my limbs way to big. It probaly weighs 500#. I used my bobcat to set it.

At 11:50am on February 8, 2012, Don Hansen said…

Hi Earl.Thanks for all the info @ WOC. I was so impressed with your trees that I went home and made one for my office. I will post it here in a few days. I was very happy with my first one but I know my quality is not nearly as good as yours. I have had several people comment that it looks like a real tree. I tell them that is what it is supposed to look like. Thanks again for sharing @ WOC.

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