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PROJECT...Shanty town outhouse (gift for a friend)...

 

DATA...On August 6, 2014...I displayed a shanty shack that I built as a gift for one of the Reaper members who has become a close friend...this is the outhouse that goes with that shanty shack...My son and I just returned from a luncheon meeting where I delivered both the shanty shack and outhouse.

 

I really enjoyed building these 2 small pieces and hope that my friend (ub3r) enjoys the final results.

 

Paul (Catdancer) 

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I again thank you Paul for the wonderful pieces you built and so generously gifted to me. They are truly wonderful and look so much better in person, it's a great honor to own a couple of your pieces and I will show them off to my other friends and display them proudly. 

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I LOVE IT! That is a WONDERFULLY imaginative & humorous little scene. CONGRATULATIONS on a SPLENDID creation, Paul & a FANTASTIC gift, ub3r!

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The pictures really don't do Paul's work justice at all. He's truly a master diorama builder, I look at these pieces in awe. 

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Ub3r N3rd is a very  lucky person indeed to have received such a wonderful gift.  Congrats to you both.

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