We had a great turn out (15 people) including several new people. We even made a try at record for a number Richards in one spot! We continued our Controlled Hand Forging series with twisting, bending, forging square corners, and upsetting. Here are some pictures. See if you can pick out Sleeping Beauty. 🙂
STRANGE TWISTS AND TURNS IN LIFE Stuart Geisler Editor of The Burholme Stamp Club Newsletter As a ten year old boy, I was full of intellectual curiosity. Growing up in the New York projects, reading was the only escape from the daily vicissitudes of project existence. Reading provided a portal for my imagination and my soul. Rather than deal with […]
Hey guys, just got the announcement about the Southern Tier Meeting. looks like you’ll have the opportunity to forge a spoon for lunch! Download all the details in this announcement, [wpfilebase tag=file id=133 tpl=simple].
Bill Banker just returned from his scholarship class and gave me permission to share his information: Hi, I arrived home safely on Sunday afternoon in time to watch the Superbowl. I was greeted by piles of snow that didn’t appear anywhere except WVA. The roads were generally good and the week passed without incident. Below are some pics. Our project […]
Sorry about the tardiness of the post but Brian and I went to the Southern Tier Meeting on the 16th of January where we began making the John Little style bells. Everyone had the opportunity to make a bell and while we had some difficulty with keeping some of the detail they all expanded quite nicely. I would like to […]