First, I would like to thank the Lord for giving me my hands and mind, the talent to take a piece of wood and create something better than it was before. I would like to thank my friend, Kieta, whose manual helped me further my talents, and for giving freely of his time to guide me through the process. I would also like to thank Graywolf, who shared his experience in flute making to help me troubleshoot. Thank you to my wife who lets me have the time to be alone to create and make noise playing the flutes. Last but not least, John Brown, who without him this web page would not exist a true friend.



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