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My visit to Smoky Mountain Knife Works #5

My visit to SMKW wouldn't have been complete without meeting the Knives Live guys.

Here is Josh and me in the Knives Live studio.  (It's a little bigger than a two holer.  I believe you could fit a three holer in it!)

 

And here is Jay.  (Like his T shirt!)

 

And of course Tony.  (You will notice he hasn't shaved yet!)

 

If you notice the backgrounds in the pictures you will see that the walls are just covered with all kinds of exhibits and displays.  There is a lot to see in SMKW.  However, what is the main reason we go there?  Who said to buy knives?  Well you are right!  And I did buy knives.  But since I will have to post two more blog no matter how I break it up, I will start with my knives in blog #6.

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Comment by Charles Sample on July 22, 2013 at 12:46

Ditto on Tony.  And I will include Jay and Josh.  Also Michael in the National Knife Museum.  I think all the guys are great.  They all contributed to making my visit unforgettable.


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Comment by Robert Burris on July 22, 2013 at 9:53

Tony, has such a cheerful face. I think he could sell you a broken, dull and ugly knife...lol

Comment by J.J. Smith III on July 22, 2013 at 0:04

We've only met Jay, when we've visited.

Comment by Ron Cooper on July 21, 2013 at 23:41

Bravo, Charles! And, I definitely noticed that T-Shirt that Jay was wearing. It caught my eye before I read your caption. Verrry cool!

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