Lee Roberson, who has been building coffins for three years, does it because it combines his woodworking and blacksmithing skills. "I'm more mechanical than intellectual, I guess you'd say," Roberson says. "The Lord's kind of blessed me with my hands. If it wasn't for my hands, I'd be a lost puppy."
Lee Roberson, who has been building coffins for three years, does it because it combines his woodworking and blacksmithing skills. "I'm more mechanical than intellectual, I guess you'd say," Roberson says. "The Lord's kind of blessed me with my hands. If it wasn't for my hands, I'd be a lost puppy."
Lee Roberson, who has been building coffins for three years, does it because it combines his woodworking and blacksmithing skills. "I'm more mechanical than intellectual, I guess you'd say," Roberson says. "The Lord's kind of blessed me with my hands. If it wasn't for my hands, I'd be a lost puppy."

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