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Bushy came from a family that literally sprouted from the forest floor way up North. Like most forest dwellers, Bushy learned the art of woodcarving at an early age. In the tradition of his forefathers, Bushy's first project was to carve a toothpick from a giant oak tree. It took 27 years, but he did it. And just in time, too, because the day he finished, dinner was corn on the cob.

He moved quickly from toothpicks to toys. And by the time he was a lad of 168, he had carved over a million wooden trains, trucks, ducks, and doodads. Needless to say, his room was getting really crowded. Just then, Shinny Upatree called.

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