Boots II.

And the grey suede boot, what you could follow (or at least the first steps…)

A small interesting fact: the tool we used for the top was my great grandfather’s tool (or maybe even his father). I met his widow, when I was a 6 years old kid , but I was more interested chasing her chicklings then old tools and people. She was over 90 years that time, and I don’t have more memories from her.

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