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Hello iKC!Sometimes I just like to check the pulse and see whats going through everyone's mind. I am not going to announce this one, I think I will leave that up to you all.So here it is.... From…Continue
The Hammer In at TrackRock Campgrounds was held this past weekend. We have been participating in this for years, even before we moved to this area. We participate for a number of reasons, the fun…Continue
Well apparently I do not. Unable to attend one of my favorite shows today I figured I would do the next best thing and give away a knife. The HECK with that, I am going to give away 2!Easy contest…Continue
A couple of decades ago we could open a book or two and get a fair idea of what that knife had been selling for in the last year. Well, no such easy process exists for us now.We constantly get…Continue
Happy Happy Happy National Knife Day !!!!!!!!!
Knife Day is the day to appreciate the knives that folk use on a daily basis. This day is a celebration of this marvelous tool that has been with humans since the dawn of time.
I am not sure that most folks know about today...but we sure do. So…Continue
This is a Tanto that was given to me by the widow of my best friend that died a few years ago. He loved the Japanese swords, and unfortunately I know little of its history. I did have an expert look at it, who determined it was made from a cut down (or broken) WWII Japanese sword. The polishing is not correct, the shape of the blade tip is a bit off, but the parts are all authentic and someone put a lot of time into this piece. The collar was noted as being very…Continue
I don't often narrow my comments to USA but this holiday is one that is very close to my heart
I am a brat! I was raised being moved from country to country, state to state and base to base. It was honestly a privilege. I learned that no matter where you are in the world at 4PM every day, you stopped, placed your hand over your heart, listened to the National Anthem followed by Taps. You learned early that God and Country were to be respected and those lost remembered.