Angela, I just happened to see your location while checking the locations of other Florida members while wintering in South Florida.
A couple of weeks ago I ate dinner at The Freezer, based on the recommendation of your sheriff, who I had met totally by co-incidence a week prior in New Orleans. It's a small world with many odd connections. We might be able to drop by on the way back north in April.
Thank you for the reply Angie! I will come by the next time I am in your area. I have been a potter for over 15 years, took a long hiatus because I was travelling for work. I am not employed and the clay keeps me from going crazy. I have a small test kiln, 110/20 amps if you know anyone who needs one. I just want the space and I will only test in my vented computer controlled kiln. I am too lazy to use the kiln sitter...I will look into the other potters you mentioned, thank you! Nadine
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