Bringing blacksmithing, and the past, into view


On Friday, the wood smoke from the Blacksmith Shop at Fort Randolph permeated the air as visitors arrived to see “life skills” demonstrations from a time long gone but not forgotten. Re-enactors have gathered at the fort for the annual encampment and re-enactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph this weekend. Pictured are blacksmiths Griffon McKinniss of Gallipolis, Ohio and Tristan Bowyer of Ansted.


On Friday, the wood smoke from the Blacksmith Shop at Fort Randolph permeated the air as visitors arrived to see “life skills” demonstrations from a time long gone but not forgotten. Re-enactors have gathered at the fort for the annual encampment and re-enactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph this weekend. Pictured are blacksmiths Griffon McKinniss of Gallipolis, Ohio and Tristan Bowyer of Ansted.

On Friday, the wood smoke from the Blacksmith Shop at Fort Randolph permeated the air as visitors arrived to see “life skills” demonstrations from a time long gone but not forgotten. Re-enactors have gathered at the fort for the annual encampment and re-enactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph this weekend. Pictured are blacksmiths Griffon McKinniss of Gallipolis, Ohio and Tristan Bowyer of Ansted.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_5.21-PPR-Fort-1.jpgOn Friday, the wood smoke from the Blacksmith Shop at Fort Randolph permeated the air as visitors arrived to see “life skills” demonstrations from a time long gone but not forgotten. Re-enactors have gathered at the fort for the annual encampment and re-enactment of the Siege of Fort Randolph this weekend. Pictured are blacksmiths Griffon McKinniss of Gallipolis, Ohio and Tristan Bowyer of Ansted.
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