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Tempting.  It's an 8-hour drive for me, but I'll be looking for a reason to take a day off about then.

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8 hours ago, Brian Dougherty said:

Tempting.  It's an 8-hour drive for me, but I'll be looking for a reason to take a day off about then.

Hope that you can make it.   (Bring another maker with you to split the drive time.) 

 

My demo will be on the history of Damascus from wootz to  present.  Good place to poise any questions on how it was  or is done.  I'll be covering everything from 400 BC steel to modern day patterns.

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9am-10am--Tad Lynch--Domed buttons & silver brazing

10am-11am--Lin Rhea--Forging a blacksmith knife

11am-12pm--Steve Culver--Designing a  slip joint folder

12pm-1pm--Lunch Break (food available on grounds)

1pm-2pm --Cutting Competition

2pm-3pm--Brion  Tomberlin--Hamons

3pm-4pm--RayKirk--Forging an  integral knife

4pm-5pm--Gary Mulkey-History of  Damascus (wootz to present)

 

held at:

Glenview Forge

594 SE 40th St.

Columbus, KS 66725

Edited by Gary Mulkey

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Gary; Please take some pics to show us..............:D

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1 hour ago, Brian Dougherty said:

Are there any camping options nearby?

I'm not sure.  Best to  contact Phil Evans.  Do a search on Facebook and you'll find him under Glenview Forge.

1 hour ago, Clifford Brewer said:

Gary; Please take some pics to show us..............:D

I'm hoping that Chuck  Ward will be there taking some shots.

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Google it, the left one is the important one, and I would gladly give it up to attend this! :P

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Well, I'm going to make it to this one after all.  However, I have a rather newbish question:  Do I need to bring anything?  

Local blacksmithing meetings often have an iron in the hat contribution that is looked kindly upon, but I've never ventured out to an event like this.

Looking forward to it :)

 

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9 hours ago, Brian Dougherty said:

Well, I'm going to make it to this one after all.  However, I have a rather newbish question:  Do I need to bring anything?  

Local blacksmithing meetings often have an iron in the hat contribution that is looked kindly upon, but I've never ventured out to an event like this.

Looking forward to it :)

 

I haven't asked Phil if he's having a Iron in the Hat but there's certainly nothing required.  See you there.

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