The river was very generous yesterday. Here's our guide Curtis holding one of the big 3 steelhead I caught. This one had to go back since it was a native; but I have a couple of others that were hatchery, therefore, legal keepers, that are in the fridge and freezer.
I'm holding up 2 fingers to indicate this was my second catch. For some reason the other photos just won't load straight up. I even rotated them a couple of times - a suggestion I found on google. It worked with this one but not the others. It's very weird that Blogspot doesn't have a rotate option for photos after all this time and all the complaints.
With our son here for the weekend I'm not getting any studio time, which is probably just as well.I was pretty sore around my incision after mixing and sieving a bucket of clear glaze and white slip, glazing a couple of pots and then cleaning up. Afterwards, I realized that I should have stuck with my initial plan to mix up some cone 10 liner glazes. Instead, when I got into the studio, it became evident that I needed to at least glaze a couple of the decorated, bisqued pots and free up some table space. Sean leaves on Sunday afternoon , so I'll be back in the studio then for a couple of hours before dinner.
Right now I need to start on potato salad for tonight's pulled pork barbecue dinner.