Home is where the work is done.
I do about 60% of my hammering at home. The rest is done on the road or at the Fort Allen club. My home forge is an old Champion 400 blower with a Whirlwind Champion firepot. It came from the Scranton Railroad yard and I would guess its from the early 1900's. My anvil is a Mouse Hole Armitage made between 1820 and 1835 and weights in at 153 lbs. I made my own fire tools but have been too lazy to make any of my own tongs yet. I'm a noob in computer terms when it comes to blacksmithing but it works well as a hobby.(it is self supporting)
Fort Allen is one of the other places where I do blacksmithing and do some teaching for new club members. The club meets every Thursday 6-9pm and facilities are open for all to use. Please come and enjoy. I learn something new every time I go.
My newest spot to swing at is the Compass Inn in Laughlintown, PA. I only fill in for Jeff Hayes who is the regular. They have offered the shop up for me to hammer at any time they are open. This a nice forge to work at.
Slowly building up my portable shop. I have the anvil, tool box, pop up tent and a small forge. I hope to make a second box for my heavier items, wooden water bucket and a canvas tent.