David Hendley on wed 3 jul 02
You may have heard the news that the Tennessee legislature
cannot pass a budget, so they have shut down many state
offices and functions.
Since I am planning on leaving for my class at the Appalachian
Center tomorrow, I thought I better check with them before driving
The good news is, they have special funding to keep things
going, even if the clowns in the legislature can't get it together.
Meanwhile, I read some stories from the Nashville newspaper
It is totally crazy. If your driver's license expires you can't
get a new one, but the cops are still on duty, so you will get
a ticket if you are stopped.
The first summer sessions at colleges were cut short by 3 days,
and the second sessions won't start next week.
Health Departments are closed. Prison guards are on reduced
All the rest stops are closed. I'll have to remember to pee before
I leave Arkansas.
Hope to meet some of you there. I'll be bringing Ol' Red, my
homemade extruder, so combined with the Center's 2 extruders we'll
be extruding faster than a Gringo with Motezuma's Revenge.
Tony & Sheila Clennell and I are planning a big day in Nashville
the weekend between our classes - Music Row, Country Music
Hall of Fame, Bluebird Cafe.....
clennell on wed 3 jul 02
David hendley wrote:
> You may have heard the news that the Tennessee legislature
> cannot pass a budget, so they have shut down many state
> offices and functions.
> Since I am planning on leaving for my class at the Appalachian
> Center tomorrow, I thought I better check with them before driving
> 700 miles.
> The good news is, they have special funding to keep things
> going, even if the clowns in the legislature can't get it together.
Gee David thanks for checking that out. The devil went down to Georgia,
King Rat, Ron Meyers phoned here today and didn't say a thing. He just said
great facility, Jason the tech is super, and B.Y.O.B.
Been staring at one of Rons vases at breakfast each morning. I got a rabbit
but wanted a rat. Process, process, process. he stratches the living
daylights outta the surface, cuts out a shape in a slab- rat, rabbit
whatever, paddles the thing on, pokes, scratches- voila a comical animal
character. Still scratch marks everywhere. i love it. Process.
Safe drive David and we'll see ya in cowtown. We've already been there to
touch the Elvis gold Caddy.
Tony and Sheila Clennell
Sour Cherry Pottery
4545 King Street
CANADA L0R 1B1