Thursday, April 19, 2007

Lot’s of people came to the show, So many different people to meet. Both Sweeti and I enjoyed the show. Lucky for me I have a large family and my cousin Justin Seiders came by to “save the day” and buy one of my first skinning knives. (I recently thought I should call him and trade him for a more recent piece.)
When everything was over I couldn’t help thinking of how much work I needed to do to achieve the level of quality and artistic originality to stand out at the show with expert craftsmanship of individual makers.

Now the time lapses in between my stories.
Extensive Blacksmithing~Farrier Jobs for customers built over 2 Decades, But that’s another story. Maybe “Memoirs of a Horseshoer”

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