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New long-term apprentice Crataegus Bonsai

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Bobby entered the ranks of indentured servitude this week. After certify that could eat Mexican food indefinitely and showing an aptitude for weeding with tweezers, which made it official. The disadvantage is that it teaches me about Pandora and other useful things to know in the 21st century Hurrah! But seriously, I hope to share more publications about Bobby in the future to chart your progress in the study here in the coming years.

Robert Curttright comes from Nebraska and now lives in Portland, Oregon. His background includes extensive experience in public aquaria which had a specialty of seahorses. Its light but serious demeanor, attention to detail, and strong work ethic will be a great benefit to this bonsai patio. Welcome Bobby!

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This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2013/07/07/new-long-term-apprentice-at-crataegus-bonsai/


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