Savannah wrote:Yeah--I'm not sure if Kentucky is active, but you can send a blank email to the 2 addresses listed, just in case.
trilobyte wrote:I'm pretty sure the Kentucky regional's somewhat active, they participated in the CORE burn in 2011 (someone had to build it!). You could also try posting in the Regionals & Events boards to see if you can find others/events in Kentucky. Welcome to ePlaya!
theCryptofishist wrote:He's also very good people and is likely to be a good resource depending on time and distance.
LeChatNoir wrote:Hi buzzn,
I see you've met fciron. His shop is super cool and chocked full of old-time goodness. He's a worthy and valued friend and an accomplished iron monger. Worth the trip to go meet him. Tell us about your first Burn!
And please do hang around the boards. There's a lot of good folk here and lots of knowledge to be gleaned.
illy dilly wrote:Welcome to eplaya!
Thats awesome that you're able to post a pic and people from the neighborhood are able to recognize it.
theCryptofishist wrote:LeChatNoir wrote:And I love the cool Boar's Head door knocker. Nice photo.
Me, too. Although it's very different from your work.
burner von braun wrote:Hey buzzn247! Welcome to eplaya, and the Bluegrass..
You might try looking up Kentucky 'Hillbilly Burners' and, in Cincinnati, 'ThePound'. I've been up to the Pound, they have a cool old building that they are rennovating, as a creative workspace. I met Kristal up there, though I believe she is heavily involved with the HBburners too. I think she helped a lot with the CORE project as well. She is a friendly lady and good organizer, and would be a great burner connection for you to make.
And meanwhile, there are lots of fun people and informative threads here too!
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