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All in Good Time was featured in the February 6th, 2005 edition
of the Colorado Springs Gazette's Slice section.

Below is a short excerpt from the article.
(Reprinted with permission of The Gazette)

A matter of time
Clockmaker keeps antique clocks ticking through years
BY GINA GRATE The Slice

Many entrepreneurs are driven by the ticking of the clock. After all, time is money.

Daryl Anderson’s business takes a different approach: it runs on clocks that don’t tick.

All in Good Time, Anderson’s home-based business in Monument, repairs old, antique and sentimental clocks with an unhurried devotion that keeps his customers from coming back — it’s not necessary. When he’s done, their clocks work just fine.

Specializing in springwound, weight-driven and early electric clocks, he’s worked on timepieces manufactured as recently as 2004, as well as some handcrafted in the 1700s.

Anderson prefers to use old-fashioned trade tools, many gleaned from the attics and workshops of longtime clockmakers. If a tool was good enough for one of the old masters, it’s good enough for him.

But he doesn’t shy away from modern technology. Using a digital camera and computer, he creates a visual journal of each clock’s “surgery” for its owner. His images record bent screws, damaged gears and loose springs.....

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