Here's Tom 'helping' a pitcher to dry. He made it yesterday from clay from the woods opposite, I think it's a beauty.
Firing went well, many thanks for your help Tom and Mark.
Here's the obligatory 'chuck in some wood and pull the brick out' picture.
I enjoy firing days because it's all outside stuff and it gives me a chance to cut the lawn and tend my little flowerbeds, which are looking really pretty at the moment.
I need to shower and sleep now, it's been a long, hot day, I'm pooped, Goodnight.
Hey you said 'pitcher' what's up with that, you must be tired.
It's a good looking one at that.
That's an exciting picture of Tom there with flame, he looks thrilled.
Here's hoping for a good firing. Can't wait to see the finished product.
Yes, Ron's right - what's with these Americanisums? Just you call a jug a jug. Well done with the drying out though, you have a very forgiving clay there.
A jug becomes a pitcher... must be the end of times. Playing with fire... I have a feeling you run with scissors also!
nothing better than a flame shooting out of a kiln. it never gets old.
Hello Doug, had crap day at auction so need something to cheer us up - so am looking forward to my harvest jug!
Jeff and Stella
PS when can we see them?? Jeff and Stella
So thats why you wood firers don't have eyebrows.
I'm wondering whether Americanisums is an American spelling for Americanisms?
Sorry... I'll get my coat...
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