Monday, May 24, 2010

Mark Majkowski

Mark spent the early years of his life living in Northwest Montana with his lumberjack parents who taught him to live off the land. At age 14 mark jumped on the back of a logging truck and rode it 1,329 miles into the heart of the Tonto National Forest where he stumbled upon an isolated tribe of hostile Apaches who taught him the ancient warrior art of basket weaving. With his new found skills Mark set off hitch hiking where he eventually settled in the valley of the sun where he sells his amazing baskets outside casinos and strip clubs.

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