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Volume 20 - Page 1 of 11 June 26, 2000
Are You Ready for ABANA Y2k?
Hauling a   JYH   to Flagstaff ?    Please let us know!
Flagstaff live! Today This live shot of the San Francisco Peaks comes from a video camera atop the Southwest Forest Science Complex on the campus of Northern Arizona University. The camera looks North over the city of Flagstaff.
Rocky Mountain Research Station, Flagstaff Lab
NOTE: This webcam is turned off at night and on holidays so it may show the last work day image.

The day we posted this the weather in Flagstaff was as overcast and dismall as it was all over the East coast. How is it today?

Click for review of Dave Manzer Video
Dave Manzer
Little Giant Video, "How to cure the Bang, Tap, Miss Blues"
Now available exclusively from anvilfire.com!
If you have a Little Giant you NEED this video. If your Little Giant ever does the "Little Giant Hula" you REALLY need this video! Dave explains the bad behavior of many Little Giants and explains how to fix it.

Cover The Contemporary Blacksmith
Dona Meilach
The Contemporary Blacksmith

Review of this beautiful new book. Come meet the author at ABANA 2000!


NEWS INDEX [ REMOTE ]
Vol.1 (May-June 1998 - JYH)
Vol.2 ABANA 1998 Conf
Vol.3 Camp Fenby
Vol.4 ABANA Late
Vol. 5 PABA Edition
Vol. 6 AFC Edition
Vol. 7 Virginia Edition
Vol. 8 Thanksgiving Edition
Vol. 9 New Year's 1999 Edition
Vol. 10 1st International Edition
Vol. 11 Gichners Iron Age Antiques
Vol. 12 Spring Fling, blowing the anvil
Vol. 13 Southeast Conference Part I
Vol. 13, p.2 SPECIAL NWBA REPORT
Vol. 14, CanIron II, Calgary, Canada
Vol. 16, Francis Whitaker, Eternal Flame
Vol. 17, Spring 2000 Edition
Vol. 18, Bill Pieh
Vol. 19, JYH Photo Contest
Vol. 21, ABANA 2000!

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  • Bladesmith Jim Hrisoulas injured in lawmower accident
  • AFC Announces Tannehill 2000 
  • Call for smiths in S.California 
    Page 3 - 10 AFC Blade Symposium Report
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