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28 October 2021

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Fascinating! Thanks for sharing!

Amazing and thanks for sharing
Much love
Jeanne

Fascinating article. All that work. I hope it is not in vain.
Thank you for sharing, Corey.

You overlooked a photograph of a young woman from North Bennet Street School in Boston who is helping to carve out these trusses. (Family ties to that amazing school). So here’s the original link to the story in the New York Magazine
https://www.curbed.com/2021/08/notre-dame-cathedral-paris-roof-truss-beams-usa.html
Absolutely amazing story. Appreciate your sharing.

Thankful for people such as these. Hard work and skill. Very few would do that job.

Wonderful! It make me believe in people again!

Wow, Corey, you’ve done it again! Thank you so much for passing this story on. I do hope the truss will be used, but even if it isn’t the knowledge used and refined by this project will have been worth all the effort. The generosity of spirit evident here is just what is needed to restore Nôtre Dame.

Omg, got chills reading this wonderful story!💕

Inspiring. Thanks for passing on this wonderful story.

Thrilling to read. What a documentary this would make.

Wonderful read, thanks for posting this article.

Love all this information. Such passionate people. What an honor if it all works out for them. Thank you for sharing with us.

What a story of hope and inspiration! And belief in the core goodness of people.. Thank you Corey for sharing..

Thank you so much for introducing us to this article. Amazing.

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