I had the pleasure of meeting banjo maker Bart Reiter (on the right) at a Michigan gun show in May, 2008. In the middle is my Whyte Laydie, Number 256. Photo by my son, A.J. Camenga.
Sunday, April 24, 2011 @6:53:02 AM
Great photo. I've corresponded with Bart a good bit over the years...and owned a bunch of his banjos. But we have met only once way back at the Tennessee Banjo Institute.
Sunday, April 24, 2011 @7:46:34 AM
It was great to meet Bart in person. We were on the site of a Michigan gun show because Bart was coordinator of the event. He is an avid marksman.
Ho C Ying Says:
Sunday, July 31, 2011 @9:11:13 PM
I hope I can meet Bart in person someday.
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