Bells will ring, the sun will shine, whoa oh oh I'll be his and he'll be mine We'll love until the end of time And we'll never be lonely anymore If you've got "Goin' to the chapel and we're gonna get married" stuck in your head, you're not
We get lots of folks who stop out to the gallery, and miss the wonderful "Minnesota's Hometown" atmosphere of Hutch. We'd suggest curing that by planning a couple of extra hours and do a bit of poking around town. First off, lunch (or towards the end of
We have been asked for years to make a mug for the annual Forest City Stockade piece. Here it is to commemorate 150 years! We hope to see you there next weekend.
As summers often seem to do, this season is blurring by! I am already 4 weeks into my CSA work share, and realized I have yet to blog about my experiences at Loon Organics. In part, because I have not been "cooking" all that much. Planning meals is so
Continue your collection of dated Forest City Stockade pottery we create especially for the Stockade. Betsy will be on the Stockade Cabin porch with the big selection of this year's pot or you can visit (me) Tom at the pottery and candle shop out in the
Dr. Richard Taylor. OK, this is way off topic for a food and pottery blog, but we saw and heard a speaker last night who, I wish, I had run across 5 or 6 years ago when my Mom really first started showing the signs of dementia. Dr. Taylor has dementia
AND A GREAT TIME WAS HAD BY ALL... This was the 18th Annual Cambridge Pottery Festival and US Pottery Games...and what a great time. We've always had other shows conflicting and not gone. Shame on us! It's a semi-unique kind of show - all pottery! None
THE CLAY COYOTE BLOG IS NOW HOSTED AT www.claycoyoterecipes.com SOMETHING IMPORTANT! Like so many, I pay attention to the frequency with which I hear various subjects, to try to determine trends. That has to be tempered with awareness that where you are