sal wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:00 pm
We're working on something.
I'm just elated to hear that Mr. Glesser
I hope it will be available in hardcover just like the first one was. I was recently offered $250 for my copy and I won't sell it for any amount Unless it got way up in the stratosphere. I browse through that "Spyderco Story" at least once a month or thereabout.
I would just love to meet that author Kenneth Delavigne and chat with him if he's still with us. I've often wondered if he was one of your employees?
But he sure did an excellent job of detailing the origins of Spyderco. I also hope that in the new book there will be a good section on the evolution of your great sharpening equipment too. That is truly excellent news