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    Myrtlewood clock

    I purchased this slab/crosscut piece of Myrtlewood 10 years previously in a small antique/retail shop on the Oregon coast.  It sat in my shop for that long, just waiting for the appropriate project.  Maybe a coffee table?  My niece was getting married in Michigan in September 2011, and coffe tables are a bit cumbersome to trasport from our home in Wichita, KS, so a wall clock seemed a good idea.  Just a coincidence that it's shaped similar to Michigan's Upper Peninsula.


    Jim Mullen

    Wichita, KS



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