Bob Mathews, of Fair Oaks, poses with a partially craved bird decoy in his wood workshop in Fair Oaks on July 7, 2016. Mathews has been carving for 42 years and has won numerous awards for his art.
Bob Mathews, of Fair Oaks, poses with a partially craved bird decoy in his wood workshop in Fair Oaks on July 7, 2016. Mathews has been carving for 42 years and has won numerous awards for his art. Eli Hiller ehiller@sacbee.com
Bob Mathews, of Fair Oaks, poses with a partially craved bird decoy in his wood workshop in Fair Oaks on July 7, 2016. Mathews has been carving for 42 years and has won numerous awards for his art. Eli Hiller ehiller@sacbee.com

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