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    Greg Morgan sets up a drill to make a hole in a piece of Bethlehem olive wood that will become a pen.

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    Morgan uses a lathe to shape a piece of Bethlehem olive wood into the shaft of a pen.

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    Morgan uses one of several grades of sandpaper to smooth a piece of wood that will become part of a pen.

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    Morgan removes the shaft of a pen that he just finished polishig with two coates of wax on a piece of Bethlehem olive wood that will be the shaft of a pen.

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    Pastor Greg Morgan of COAH Creations holds a custom made pen Tuesday morning in his basement workshop in Mechanic Falls.

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    One of two laser engravers work on glass stones, which are protected by painter's tape from scorching, for a West Coast company Tuesday morning in the basement workshop of Pastor Greg Morgan's home in Mechanic Falls.

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    The makeshift studio and display for Greg Morgan's products at the entrance of his basement workshop in his home in Mechanic Falls.

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