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Recently retired after an 18-year career as a nurse at McFarland Rehab Center in Lebanon, Roy Myatt has turned his talent to making rocking horses and wooden pull toys (in the background) at his Rock-N-Roll Woodworks near Liberty, Tenn. “The reason I call it Rock-N-Roll, everything I make either ...

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Toymaker Roy Myatt rocks and rolls with the flow.

The same goes true for all of the wooden toys he makes in his Rock-N-Roll Woodworks shop near the DeKalb County community of Liberty.

How did he come up with the name of his business? That was easy.

“My rocking horses and wooden pull toys. It fits. Everything I make is either gonna rock or roll,” said Myatt, who recently retired after 18 years as a nurse at McFarland Rehab Center in Lebanon.

A carpenter before he became a nurse, Myatt creates wonderful, whimsical rocking horses as well as 10 smaller ...

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