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Q: Next fair location for Blacksmith Ted, Carla Ted Vogelsberg?

Washington State resident wants to buy more of new Adair Countians' iron work
Old School Blacksmith will soon open shop at Sparksville, KY

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

I purchased several items from Carla back in 2007 when I lived in Georgia. She was at the Cotton Picken Fair in Gay, Georgia. I have a PO box that she had given me and a phone number but I was hoping to see where they will be at again to sale their iron pieces. I have several people who would like to order from them.


Would you be able to forward them my information, if possible.

I bought a tripod stand, tripod ring, hooks, squirrel skewers and would like to order more.

s/Denise Mousseau1897 Charles ST
Dupont, WA 98327
(907) 947-2411
Thanks. This is a question for Mr. Vogelsberg or one his fans at Sparksville, KY, I think. We should be able to supply you with the information you want about this extraordinarily talented Adair Countian.


This story was posted on 2009-09-26 14:14:15
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