The pots I have been making.

In addition to lerning the eclesiastical clerking gig I have been pruning and dunging our orchard. Lee got back from a month abroad last week and helped me finish it up.
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I donated a small tea pot like this one to an online auction to benefit victims of the triple disasters in Northern japan. Since the one I gave them was my last I made a couple more boards full for the next firing.
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You can never have too many mugs for a firing. Ed Palmer said “Mugs are money.”
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Big mugs too.
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A tasty run of tea bowls to boot.
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A few little honey jars.
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A run of spoon holders.
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Tumblers.
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Several sizes of covered baking bowls.
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Jugs graduating from 1 qt to 1 gallon.
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Detail.
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More later…..

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One Response to “The pots I have been making.”

  1. Greg Seigel Says:

    Good Morning Joe, Thanks for the nice surprise of this batch of photos of your latest works in progress (nice stuff!!!!). I’ve enjoyed so many of your photos of river rafting and friends and life in your neighborhood over the past few years. Rebekka and I visited you in 2005 and that visit is still so pleasantly memorable (plus I use one of your small “shot glasses” to soak my sax reeds every night before I play a few tunes so there’s that kind of “being in touch”). I have to ask about these latest photos — they came in so different from all the others, being seen by going down the computer screen instead of from left to right. And what is an RSS2.0 feed? I’m still not up to date with all this amazing machine can do, but I love it anyway. Just sitting here now makes me wish and hope for another chance to head out Utah way. No pots selling here - dreams on hold. Hi to Lee, best of luck to you, Greg

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