Greenhouse Shed

Still more work to be done on the shed.  It has been a long process going back to April with demo of the old greenhouse.  I was recently featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette along with other reuse project winners.  The prize was wonderful - two tickets to The Bog Pour, an annual beer and food tasting event held at Construction Junction.  My shed includes reused doors, windows and pallet wood that I acquired at CJ.   See full Post-Gazette article
June is a time for kicking off summer and that always involves multiple projects.  Some of these projects are dreamed up when there still is snow on the ground and no trace of green to be found.  I spent a couple days helping a friend get his wood-fire kiln building project underway in Grove City.  Reminiscing about firing Professor Wukich's years ago reminds me of the things I wrote about in Paths in Clay.  The first night,  lightning bugs in the grove behind his house flashed like cameras at a sold out stadium concert when the house lights first go down.  We talked a lot about the simple process that will be the firing ritual.  I look forward to putting a few pots in there and igniting the firebox.


Ugrus

Ugrus

Zara

Zara

Ogre, the very first!

Dermie

Grover

creature wine stoppers

old dude wine stoppers