Earth and Fire Pottery on wed 3 nov 04
Hi Wayne and all-
There are three main airports to fly into for the workshop. My favorite, and the one i use and recommend, is the Sacramento airport. It is an international airport, though located in a rural setting in the farm fields north of the city. There are short lines, not much traffic as there are no buildings at all near by, and Interstate 5 runs right along side. The ride to Mendocino is 3 hours or so, and is all rural and good highway. A nice scenic ride. San Francisco and Oakland are your two other major choices, and are located in those big cities, with all the attendant stuff. Long lines, etc. Major highways do run right along these too, so driving north is not at all difficult, and is about 3 hours or so too.
This workshop is all about throwing. No pots will be fired. It will be a quality workshop for a great price. There are a limited number of spaces, so register today.
Gregg, workshop coordinator
Gregg Allen Lindsley
Earth and Fire Pottery
Instructor - Mendocino College
Board Member Potters Council
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Mike Gordon on wed 3 nov 04
On Nov 3, 2004, at 3:21 PM, Earth and Fire Pottery wrote:
> This workshop is all about throwing. No pots will be fired. It will be
> a quality workshop for a great price. There are a limited number of
> spaces, so register today.
> Gregg, workshop coordinator
Could you give us a little more info about the throwing workshop?
Thanks Mike Gordon
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