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Posted on Three men, one mission. (The LJ saw test meeting in Copenhagen)

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Napoleon

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#1 posted 10-20-2010 09:43 PM

It was a wonderful day/evening/night…

Like Mafe write i totally agree we all we fallen in to comfort with each ohter perfektly.

While meeting lj at mafe´s place i learned 3 important things…

1) First impression last totally forever…

2) French garlic is very HOT..(maybe i overloaded the dressing a bit )

3) Mafe make a coffe that is awesome!

When i entered Mafe´s home it took me about 30 sek to see that this was a real nice place to spend time.

Everywere there is things with a little story . He got so many little boxes with paint and brushes that i belive we could have painted the hole flat!

Some of them was wery interesting course there was a little container(belive it or not) with water….

So just like Mafe´s portables toolboxes,wich he has a lot of,the paintboxes also were portables :)
They look so nice i almost wanted to start painting myself,but then i remebered that i cant paint…dooh…

Then there was a lot of awesome knives to look at, and of course every single one of them was custommade by his hand…unfortenly he knew how many there was :D

Suddenly i realised a lot of small black books. That was he´s sketchesbooks.
Small funny books with all kind of stuff and the most beautifulls drawings he had made. I would give my best plane if i could draw just half as good.
One of them became my favorite course of the headline : 1 2 tree….......:D

These books schould been seen.Imposible to describe them with all the credit they deserve. No wonder the saw-test first started at two o´clock in the night…
During all these we were so lucky to get the best cup of coffe i ever had! In the kitchen there is a big machine placed on a table for its self.

Actually its more like a steamengine than a coffemaker…

It can make a lot of noises(wich i know can recognice even throuhg the telefone) and steam and then the most beatifull coffe….MUMS :D alone beacause he have that machine i will visit him often :D

During a this he suddenly draw out a present for me…the most rare bibel from the napoleons war….a real beauty. I have never seen anything like that before. He knows i collet tinsoldiers from napoleon so when he was in France he found this for me. A real tresure.If my camera not was dead i would have put on a picture of this beautifull book. Thanks Mads :)

I belived Flemming and i easyli could have spend of couple of hours more too look at the things in the livingroom.

Then we came dovn in the basement to his shop…the smallest shop i ever had seen but also the most cozy shop i ever have seen…it was like coming home…I use my works shop as my own and have 350kvm i can work on but what i dont have is the cozy´nes of Mads cave…awesome i tell you…

So the 3 of us spend a wonderfull time in thisa little cave and i am sure >Flemming will agre that we had the best host we could…( and also the best coffe :D )

So thanks guyés for a wonderfull evening,i am sure more of these will follow :)

-- Boatbuilder&blacksmith


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