Ollala resident Philip Boulding builds all of the harps and dulcimers he and his wife play and use for lessons in a workshop on his 5-acre property. Boulding commutes to work every day by leaving his house and walking a few yards across Magic Hill to his workshop, designed and constructed by twin sons, Morgan and Marshall.
Ollala resident Philip Boulding builds all of the harps and dulcimers he and his wife play and use for lessons in a workshop on his 5-acre property. Boulding commutes to work every day by leaving his house and walking a few yards across Magic Hill to his workshop, designed and constructed by twin sons, Morgan and Marshall. Camille Lemke Special to the Gateway
Ollala resident Philip Boulding builds all of the harps and dulcimers he and his wife play and use for lessons in a workshop on his 5-acre property. Boulding commutes to work every day by leaving his house and walking a few yards across Magic Hill to his workshop, designed and constructed by twin sons, Morgan and Marshall. Camille Lemke Special to the Gateway

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Magic is behind the strings for Olalla musical family

April 05, 2017 11:59 AM

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