Friday, February 19, 2010
Welcome we have ham.
There are two; one on the north bound before you get to the exit and one south bound after you leave Seagrove and in case you are heading down to the beach a great place to stop in.
They are really quite nice.
I may have to go there just to use the "facilities".
These welcome centers are not like the usual welcome centers in that they are private run.
Meaning ,we all have to pay to have them display our work.
At first I was not thrilled, but after touring the welcome centers, meeting the staff and giving it some thought we decided we would buy some space.
I will post up the after picture later but we are going right where the plant is now.
We went last night for the business after hours unveiling.
At the end of the evening they pull your business card out for a drawing for door prizes.
One of the prizes was local county ham
I had just told someone I hope they don't pull me I am not a fan of ham.
So guess who won some ham.
I had to laugh and now I have to figure out if I am going to cook with this or give it away.
I have tried county ham in the past and I find it very salty.
My parents and grandparents loved the stuff!
My mother use to worry about me because I am not a ham fan and I never liked sweet tea.
Oh, well I guess I had better stop before they throw me out of the south.
We have one more bisque kiln to fire before we glaze for the big kiln.
That gave me some time today to start glazing some tiles.
Some from the nightgown series.....
Besides being a bit dopey headed today I hope I am well on my way past the root canal.