No, he does not. His home smithy (the workshop of a blacksmith) & all his equipment has been held hostage by one of the huge California wildfires, as was the location where he works, doing historical blacksmithing demos.
The fire is about 93% contained now and has not touched his house, but completely destroyed 2 houses just down the hill from his (2 doors down, in fact) and severely damaged a couple others as well. They have not returned home so far and I don't blame them. For me it would be so demoralizing to see the devastation; I don't know if I could handle the restoration that they are going to have to face due to smoke and water damage. And just to witness the overall devastation when they return; it would throw me into depression, I am sure. It's going to be so hard for so many people there.
But up until the fire, he has managed good humor in the midst of CoVid. Here's one of his recent creations:
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