Hey Bill. Thanks for the response. I’m looking forward to the tour. A colleague of mine is doing a conference in Boise, and I’m going to spend a few days there.
I’m moving to Pocatello for a teaching job. It’s beautiful country and am looking forward to it.
Hey Blanco. Thanks for the answer. I don’t have Facebook, but I’m sure it’s a great video. I look forward to seeing them in person and watching the magic happen. I grew up in my dad’s water plants and have great appreciation for the manufacturing process.
That’s great to hear. I was wondering about how accesible everyone would be. I’m really excited to see some of the steps of the process in person and meet the people who make my favorite knives.
Thanks for the insights.
I am moving out to Idaho soon for a new job and will be making a trip to the the CRK shop this fall. I’m greatly looking forward to the tour and to see and meet the great folks who construct my favorite knives.
For those of you who have been out that way, can you take a minute...
This is further evidence of a great knife maker who sincerely values its customers and the members of this forum who always go above and beyond. Happy New Year to all.
PS: If you’ve seen LW’s collection it’s no surprise that Tim can afford a nice pair of shoes :)
I’m not crazy about the carbon fiber inserts for the mnandi, but I’d love a plane titanium one like you suggest. I’d much rather have a wood version for the price or a mammoth version for a higher price.
No doubt, we will see great CRK innovations in the future.
I meant to say Zan and just called it a Frankenstein monster because of the custom backspacer, cool lanyard, and ti-lock clip. I forgot about the other use of frankenstein nomenclature here. It’s definitely a cool and unique knife!