Hand carved wooden spoons, wooden bowls, wooden scoops,
wooden utensils, and wood carvings
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Jim demonstrating his shaving horse at a local school
"I've been carving wooden spoons since I was 14 years old, that's some 30+ years now".
"Every spoon is an original "one of a kind" because each piece of wood has it's own certain shape inside."
"I'd always wanted to have a place in Missouri because it has a temperate forest. Walnut, Oak, Pine, Hickory, Sassafrass and Cedar are some of the types of trees on our farm."
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