Hopefully for the last time.
Because lemme tell you, it ain't easy moving that thing around.
The Portable Kiln I mean.
Which is not so portable.
The good thing is we got a spot to put it.
The bad thing is, it's way back here:
If you squint yer eyeballs, you can see a concrete slab there that the kiln will rest on.
I hope it rests there for a long time.
So anyways, we got a bunch of folks to help us out and loaded it up on a trailer.
Which wasn't easy either.
The last time we moved it, we used a tilting trailer, this time, no such luck.
So we huffed and puffed and got it on and away we went:
About a mile down the road.
Best guess it that it weighs at least a ton and the trailer didn't look to happy when we set it down.
Then came the really hard part.
Getting it down that narrow space:
It took us like three tries, but we finally got it in there!
Now we just have to figure out where to put the propane tanks:
Then we'll be ready to start making some clay thingys again.
Then I'll have to really start cranking some stuff out.
Like bowls, bowls, and more bowls.
Which is a good thing, considering all the bicycle stuff I buy.
You know, ceramic stuff = bicycle stuff around these parts.
Anyways, get ready for some Hot Ceramic Action!
Hot, hot, hot!