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St. Louis, Belleville, Collinsville,
Columbia, Fairview Heights,
and the entire Metro East.

Best of the Best: Trips

Halloween in the French Quarter served with a side of Florida beaches.

The Fencers of the Corn's
Gateway Death Angel squad
arrives in New Orleans for the
Cresecent City tournament.

It's getting late and we have to fence in the morning. Good night NOLA.

Yinka wins the bronze medal!

We're done with the tournament for today. It's time to head back to the French Quarter.

Posing with the band
and fencing on stage at
Chris Owens Blues Bar.

We get to fence on the
famed Bourbon Street in front of
Jean Latitte's Blacksmith Shop.

Did we mention that it's Halloween?

On the Louisianna Supreme Court steps.

While we were fencing on the Supreme Court steps,
a Victoria Secret model and her escort on a nationwide
tour stopped to chat.

Everyone likes fencing!

But of course we had to get a picture in front of the Touche Bar!

We were asked multiple times to fence for people.
Here are a couple we got on video.

It was a lot of fun to fence
in front of an enthusiastic audience!

The night got late. Tomorrow morning we have to get up early to referee.

Our referee duties complete, the fun times in New Orleans drew to a close. It was time to head to Santa Rosa Island, Florida. We arrived in time for an evening stroll on the beach.

On our way to the beach in the morning, we stopped to fence in an abandoned seaside building and pose for pictures on the dunes.

Fencing in the surf is harder than it looks !

No one wanted to leave the beach but we had other pressing duties...

Life size Jenga !!

Lunch and relaxing at a bayside restaurant.

Finally time to head home. On the way we stopped to visit the Colonel in Alabama.

Competitive fencing is fun but the gravey on top is the adventure we get to have along the way.


Yes, we absolutely do fence in a cornfield! Literally at Bluff Grange, a farmers' coop building in the corner of a cornfield on the bluffs over the Missisippi River Valley near St. Louis in Southern Illinois.

We have both recreational and competitive fencers of all ages.