Due to it’s antiquity (and depending on whom you ask), different theories about Kung Fu’s origin circulate through the martial arts community. One fact is undeniable, however. The lines between Kung Fu’s history and the history of the Asian fighting arts in general, blur almost beyond recognition. That is, if you examine the history of any popular and traditional organized system of fighting, it seems to almost always (there are some exceptions) lead back to Chinese Kung Fu, or at least cross it’s path. This is a testament to the significance and profundity of traditional kung fu.
I managed to get into some things this weekend, and a few of them might even be of interest to you.
First of all, my wife needed to get some grading done on Saturday if I was going to get to do anything on Sunday, so I took my two-year-old, Sawyer, on the road Sat. morning. We made our second visit to Altamont United Methodist’s breakfast event in the last two weeks.