Kelly Averill Savino on tue 12 mar 02
From: Julie Milazzo
Subject: Re: wood ash for sale?
To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List
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Marv, I should have written that it's a good idea to
have a whole case of wine ready... I have to admit
that I'm usually too full from wine to fully enjoy the
chicken, but that's what leftovers are for! I've tried
to email you off list, but it keeps getting blocked!?!
Apparantly it has some sort of trash guard on it, but
I thought I ranked at least a little higher than that!
Bullshit artist, maybe, but trash? I tried the old
one, and the new change that you gave me. Any ideas?
I'll make the chicken for you and Linda the next time
I'm in Fredonia, but it may be awhile. My family
members all want to come down for the opening of the
studio, so it doesn't look like I'll be guilted into
showing my face anytime soon. How's the train? Jules
--- Marvin Bjurlin wrote:
> Hi Julie, I tried to cook the chicken, but I never
> got past drinking the Merlot!
> Seattle Pottery Telephone Number: 1-800-522-1975
> Julie Milazzo wrote:
> > Oooooh! Oooooh! Steve! You may have made my night!
> > There's a cone ten glaze that Seattle Pottery
> > makes that I love, but I never see ads for them
> > anymore, and thought they went out of business!
> > Woohoo! I'm going to try and find them on the web,
> > if you have a number for them, or email address, I
> > would appreciate it if you could please send them
> > to me. Thanks, Jules--- Steve Dalton
> > wrote:
> > > I don't know if anybody has mentioned this, but
> > > remember reading in an ad
> > > for Axner. They had washed and screened wood
> > > for sale. I have even
> > > seen fake wood ash for sale through Seattle
> > > Supply.
> > > --
> > > Steve Dalton
> > > Clear Creek Pottery
> > > Snohomish, Wa
> > > email@example.com
> > >
> > >
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