Moving back to Tucson

David Brown

Kydex Sheath and Holster Artist :)
Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider
Jun 4, 2001
Hi Everybody,

Well the time has come.

We are moving back to Tucson to my same old house, (see; it never sold in this market) ah well I like that house better any how.

My daughter starts college in August
My wife already has a job
My son is enrolled in a great high school for his senior year with a airframe class and Jr. ROTC
I plan on making a few of my Ti knives in the evening when sheath work is done

I will be working all next week to get orders caught up and done.

Then will be moving the shop 7-26 to 7-31

Back to bending on the first of August. :thumbup::)

Wish me luck & I will take care of all those that ordered stuff :D

Thank you all for the support over the years & I look forward to doing business with you all after the move:)

So all you AZ Hogs look for up-coming BBQ's & parties

Knife pic :D

My first Busse a SHE, I still have it.


I'm gonna miss the 15-20 minute drives to hang out with my newest friend and INFI beating mentor :(, but I'll definitely come down to visit whenever I can. :thumbup: Let me know if you need any help, I'll be back on the 25th. Either way, I'll pray you have a safe and relatively easy move. :)
Good luck and Best Wishes Dave!!! Planning on contacting you so now I'll wait until your back on step.
I hope everything works out for the better for you and your family Dave. ;)
Good luck, Dave
Will this be closer for your next road trip to Knob Creek in Oct? lol
Stay hydrated with all the heavy lifting, senor. Moving is enough of a job as it is--moving from Phoenix to Tucson in July is not my idea of a picnic, but hope you get settled in right quick and easy.

Great pic of you with your first Busse--hey, we could make this a "first Busse" pic thread, for those who still have their first. :thumbup:

Here's mine--a Basic 5 that still rides in my daypack when I'm out for a leisurely walk on-trail. Edge has been thinned a little, still asymmetrical, other than that she's a stock B5 smoothie.


Moving can be the hardest of all work.......May your move be as easy and painless as possible:thumbup:

All the best to the Brown family:cool:
Good luck with the move Dave. . . :thumbup:

We'll see you on the other side. . .. :thumbup:

Jerry :D

Man do I hate moving. One of the banes of existence as far as I am concerned. It gets exponentially worse the older you get and the more stuff you have.

Once, My wife and I moved across town (From Provo to Orem UT). It was about 2 miles away, and when we showed up, the lady in the apartment was still there. Refusing to move. She held over for 3 or 4 weeks. We had to take the truck over to the in laws, unload into the garage, and live there till the lady finally moved out. We timed it, so we moved out of our old apartment, and it was already rented, so we could not go back there. In my latest move, we came to Central Washington from Eastern WA. Moved into my parents basement for a few months, then across town to a house.

Every time, I was just tempted to burn everything!

Good luck!
Alright, alright...enough of the fanfare already. Come on down here so we can get back to business as usual. :D :p
Now, my boy, do NOT think of this as a retreat.:eek:

It is merely a "strategic movement to the rear.":)

[It's worked for history's greatest generals ... it will work for you.]
Hope all goes well with you and the family in your move. Good to hear you will be happy in your chosen familiar diggs. :thumbup: