Bid to help the Sandhills Cancer Fund
Imagine driving a blade, smoothing roads out, moving snow, and all the muss and fuss that can come with that. The road didn’t get smoothedquickenough, snowfilled a driveway. Being on the receiving end of that every day.
Well, that was how Swede Lolley got into woodworking. “I don’t remember when I started. I used it as a relief when I got home after work. I worked for the highway department and people would stop me and they were chewing me. I came home wound up tight as a top and this relaxed me. And I guess it was a relief.”
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