“It’s time to quit worrying and learn to love the battle axe. History teaches us that if we don’t, someone else will.”
-Jack Donovan – Violence is Golden.
It’s true, I do root for the underdog.
I didn’t give up on this scrap piece of Damascus.
It was touch and go all the way to the end but it did turn out to be a pretty good little blade for the field.
The handle material came from my knife-maker friend Jerry Hobbs. His wife is the genius behind this gorgeous piece of handle material.
Hooks for your jacket, apron or that special coffee mug that NO ONE is allowed to use!
Here is a Minnesota Proud wall sculpture to keep track of your keys and/or favorite beverage mug. I have found that some people are “particular” about their coffee.
Boot scrapers used to be an architectural design staple. Especially on the farm.
I Forged this one to put out in our garden. The handle helps me from going “ass over tea-kettle” into the onion patch.
The birds no longer fear the ceramic owl in my garden. So I’ve introduced them to a murder of crows.
Milt Lee from the “Call of the Wild” radio show on KAXE.org stopped by the blacksmith studio for a visit.
Click HERE to listen. to the 8 minute interview.