The business end of the fire poker, a graceful arch on the poker, with a pretty curved log hook.

A twisty fire poker.

I love to make things in the forge that look too delicate, but have the strength to perform their task. It’s a little whimsy. That’s what happened here.

The fire poker resting against a pile of logs that are on fire.

The square stock has been twisted in a random and unique pattern and the rounded and graceful point and hook offset the square lines of the handle. It’s pretty, but it still works hard.

The business end of the fire poker, a graceful arch on the poker, with a pretty curved log hook.

The handle end of the fire poker, the shaft is seen here twisted in a spiral to the simple handle.

Researching ways to improve scientist’s access to data. Programming software to solve humanity’s problems. Disseminating emergency preparedness knowledge. Sharing knowledge about science. Practicing amateur radio. Serving humanity through volunteer efforts. Drives a robot to work.
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