By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now One day, Ole McKellip and his wife Chris were outside, pondering what to call Ole’s art shop at their rural Newton residence. As it turns out, inspiration was lying dead nearby. “There was a flat toad laying in the driveway, and there it was,” Ole McKellip said about his shop’s name, which is Flat Toad Iron Works. About four or five
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