Artists Derf and Andrea Levy; Cellar Door Records; Blacksmith Dave Koenig
- With a leather apron draped around his neck and tied at the waist, Norm Davis slides an iron rod into the burning coals in the forge in his blacksmithing shop at his northwest Topeka home. Davis leaves the black rod in the fire — with temperatures
- it's not uncommon to seek a quiet, peaceful existence… which is exactly what Dave Koenig did after calling it quits as a corporate executive. His search lead him to pick up a hammer, a pair of tongs, and don a rawhide apron to become a Blacksmith.
- In his leather apron, Jules, a small, sinewy man with a gray mustache, starts a fire in the stove in his blacksmith shop and then another in his forge, tugging away on a chain attached to a huge, patched leather bellows. Without voice-over, interviews