Wet and then sunny weekend.

It rained a lot on friday night, and blew a bit of a gale and apparently we had a thunder storm too. I woke in the night hearing what I knew without a shadow of a doubt to be the kiln shed blowing down. Then Paul told me it had been thunder and lightening for an hour and what had woken me had been the last thunder crash. Phew!

We had an aborted attempt to get to one of our favourite forests for a walk on saturday morning, three roads we tried were blocked by flooding! I’ve never seen anything like it. We came home and walked from here instead. I found some great leaves, and it was while I was running about getting slightly excited by the colours and different sizes of leaves on the ground that Paul pointed out that I sometimes remind him of a three year old.

This afternoon Adam Booth architectural blacksmith came to the workshop to decorate his pot for the McGill Duncan exhibition. Another approach very different to any of my ways of working. Two more to go, oh and still mine to do too, they are coming together though now.
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3 Responses to Wet and then sunny weekend.

  1. Zoe says:

    It's so exciting to see Adam's pot – it looks fabulous!I have updated our web site with some of the 'in production' photos of the pots.

  2. Trish says:

    Hannah,Trish from Alberta, Canada here.. (the Trish that won the jug from Matt…so tickled with that :-) (and no, I haven't had time to set up my own blog yet..but I will)I wanted to say how much I enjoy reading your blog and that you make ME want to run around like a three year old sometimes with your fun comments and jovial spirit..thank you! :-) So great to see beautiful fall leaves as ours have long since departed this Fall but still no snow on the ground here in central Alberta..yeah! for that, and glad that the storm did not wipe out your kiln shed.Have a marvelous Monday!Cheers, Trish

  3. Linda B says:

    Is that paper resist?

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