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... powder of another colour that will read as a ring around the flattened frit. When fused onto a sheet of clear glass. Adding in a colour reaction between frit and powder as we covered yesterday adds another possibility.
These sheets can then be used as components for other pieces... And we will do just that later.
Part Two is 'The Colour Lab' - a workshop on blending various colours of powders to produce unique combinations. ...
Planning for travel/adventures is always exciting…. As you make decisions about where, how, who, what… each item fills your imagination with what is to become…. Even deciding which pair of underwear provokes ideas about some sort of activity ;-)
BUT….. It is also tedious, laborious, nerve wracking …..and it just doesn’t have the same joy … as actually being there.
This trip is for me…. quite the ...
... our "trip" info and photos on this blog. Check in with us as we "travel" through France, briefly through Switzerland and Italy, and then onto Greece (drachmas or euros?!). It's a celebration of 30 years of marriage and we know we're lucky to be able to do this.
Or maybe I'll forget my login info. Or I won't be able to use the "interface" for the host website. Cross your fingers - we're off to Europe!
... and stocked up with ingredients of bangers and mash including English onion gravy we was ready to head back to Eriks! Ready with all the alcohol in the world we was ready to party!!! The night got messy with English and American musicians discussed and played through youtube, much dancing, Jen Downing vodka and some great acoustic guitar improvisation jams where the next chart hit "what does bluepin mean?" was born! The night got more drunken until we all passed out around ...
... the Gods. According to scientific history, the first, natural Bridge of the Gods was created by an enormous landslide between the lava cliffs of Table Mountain and the North wall of the Columbia Gorge, somewhere between 1100 and 1250 A.D. The bridge dammed the river, standing between 200 and 300 feet above sea level, high enough that Native Americans could safely cross the river. This natural dam collapsed around the 1690s - ...