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Ryan “Curly” Cook gets busy on his chunk of Douglas Fir during the opening day of Transformations on the Shore. This is the 18th annual carving competition and continues through the weekend at Frank James Park in Willow Point. Just follow the sound of chainsaws. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Ryan “Curly” Cook gets busy on his chunk of Douglas Fir during the opening day of Transformations on the Shore. This is the 18th annual carving competition and continues through the weekend at Frank James Park in Willow Point. Just follow the sound of chainsaws.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Ryan “Curly” Cook gets busy on his chunk of Douglas Fir during the opening day of Transformations on the Shore.

This is the 18th annual carving competition and continues through the weekend at Frank James Park in Willow Point. Just follow the sound of chainsaws.

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