What three people, dead or alive, would you want to have dinner with?
"I pretty much know, but now I have to remember the names. I would actually very much enjoy having dinner with a gentleman named Mark Aspery who's a local blacksmith. He's very good and still alive. I would probably enjoy having dinner also with Brian Brazeal who is another blacksmith, still alive. He's down south. And I have to admit, I've always really like Peter O'Toole. I think he would be a fascinating person to meet. Those would probably be my three off the top of my head."
Why are you weird?
"Because I'm a blacksmith and because I always do think the hardest way possible because it's usually the right way."
What are the little things that make you happy?
"Well specifically, working here. One of the little things that makes me happy is when kids find gold and they get super exited. 'Is this gold? Is this real? How much is it worth?' That's really exciting. The other thing that gets me excited is when we get schools from the inner city areas and when we're on a tour and they kids see a lizard or a butterfly and they get super excited because they've never seen that before. That's just really exciting to see."