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Master Carpentry in Poland


Hi Lloyd,
I spent Christmas with my family in Dabrowa bialystocka, northeastern Poland ...
Yesterday evening Santa had the good idea to bring me one of your books, Small Homes, great idea, impossible to spend a better Christmas ....
I'm a fan of your books that I discovered about fifteen years ago.
It always makes me dream of a better world.
Thank you for everything.

If you go to Europe, it would be a great pleasure to meet you and to welcome you to Poland.

I wish you a Merry Christmas and lots of new adventures in 2018.

Julien Croisier
www.justwoodit.com


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Eston said...

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