Last Day of Firing
A lot has happened since arriving at Hikarigama last Friday, and it has gone by fast. The pots are all nice and warm, we're finishing up here with the last bit of work needed to be done. I think I can speak for most that this has been a most rewarding and tiring experience. Firing in spring offers some variation in work needing to be done that summer doesn't require, mainly just the overall dampness of kiln, wood, and surrounding environment. And because of the damp wood we may get some interesting results of ash and flame work on our pots... looking forward to seeing what this load has in store for us!
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