Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Sounds like a plan..........part 1

Feeling marginally less sub-human today, but only marginally.

At least I don't have any soft-cleaning to contend with, which is a blessing. Instead I have a lengthy session crouched over the kiln, carefully placing every single tiny piece of greenware carefully onto a bed of firing sand, which will act like millions of minute ball bearings and slide around during the firing process to prevent the porcelain 'grabbing' onto the kiln shelves as they shrink.

Clever stuff.

I'm hoping to get the bisque firing done today so I can check it tomorrow morning before we set off for a few days celebratory camping in honour of PP's birthday.

The clock is ticking.............

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