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April 07, 2007



It is my pleasure.

I was very pleased to be able to scan sections of it without stressing the paper.

My 7 year old nephew Myles has the same panoramic bug, and he and I have been discussing design ideas for his work in progress: a grand medieval pageant with waring knights, castles and a dragon.


Obviously you are the product of a very talented family.

I spend most of my professional life with seventh and eighth graders and we (parents and teachers) tend to underestimate their ability.

Yours is indeed an extraordinary achievement. I hope it will be preserved and cherished by your children, grandchildren and beyond.

Not to sound trite but, thanks for sharing this!

Martin Langeland

Child is father to the man,
so, not to worry.
Thanks, Tim.

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