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Light snow falling as the forge heats up.

 

I spent the afternoon working on a large billet of crushed W's that David Delagardelle will be using in a beautiful sword he's building.

 

Now drinking a double IPA called "Wreck the Halls," and spending time with my family. Can't think of a better way to spend a Christmas.

 

Hope all of your days were as good as mine.

 

Merry Christmas fellow smiths. Luck and skill in the new year!

 

Dave

 

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Braved the cold and forged a bit today as well. I hadn't had a hammer in my hand for over two weeks and I was getting a bit restless :wacko: My brother got himself a digital camera from the jolly fat man this morning, so as soon as I get this laptop fixed I can start posting pics and maybe even a vidie or two :D

 

I love the smell of Anthracite in the morning! B)

 

Happy Holidays to all!

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Ah, snow. I'm with George, stuck in Florida. Beautiful shot, looking forward to see what those billets turn into ;)

Greg

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