We dumped the burners we used the last firing and went back to the ones we used for the first firing.
We went out around 5:30 to light the burners and had the kiln on around 5:50am.
It went right up and was heating very quickly and we just let her go.
I stayed with Mark early on and true to my nature wandered away to do other things.
I will have to get a grip on my focus to fire the kiln alone.
I checked back in with him now and again and was surprised when he said we are going to do reduction soon.
This was just after noon- maybe noon-thirty.
We reduced the kiln and figured about 3 more hours.
We were done at 3pm.
Fingerscrossed and we are waiting for cool down.
UNDER 10 hours.
Now this is more like it.
She is definitely up for a new and better name.