I wasn't blogging six months ago so didn't see these photos before - wow! You should be so proud of yourselves for what you have accomplished in six months -- congrats on all the hard work.What caused the fire? I think it's always in the back of every potter's mind - a studio fire. . .
6 months seems to be a good time for finishing construction and moving in. Glad you got things back so you can work again.
Congratulations!!! I will do a jig for you and Mark!
Looking good, sis. Congratulations on making the restored space happen so quickly.
Those fire shots have me scared, I too wonder how the fire started? You have really worked quickly, congrats on your new space.
Hi- just to fill you in- it was started by a big bolt of lighting out of the blue- hit a tree, followed a copper pipe to the building, into the wall and then into the electric. We were home or we would have lost all of it.Not a kiln or the wax pan-the link below tells about the fire copy and paste.http://whynotpotteryblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/fire.html
Thanks for the link - it just proves insurance is so important - cause even when you do everything right (no wax left burning - no kilns left unattended -etc) literally - a bolt from the sky comes out of no where. You guys were fortunate to be home & -- aren't you happy you'll be back in your studio soon!What a lot of work --- kudos!
Hey, now I remember you saying about the lightening bolt - what a freak of nature. So glad you are going to be moving in soon.
oh my goodness, what a horror fire is
Wow! You guys deserve a lot of 'attaboys' for getting through that. Nice job! Jim (obwanofobx)
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