In a Workshop, a Bygone Trade, a Woodcarver and His Santas

PALM VALLEY, Fla. (AP) — The big red barn is just off North Roscoe Boulevard in Palm Valley, backing up to some of what’s left of Florida swamp. But somehow it feels like it’s in the Black Forest, particularly when you walk through the open doors and into a workshop crammed full of woodworking tools, paints and carvings of everything from signs to Santas.

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