I'll try this video clip...if it loads. It's not edited. Why do the people who design editing programs (at least the ones available free) make them so obtuse?
Oh, they want to make money, eh?
OK, it didn't work...oh well.
Here's Ron Philbeck putting his lovely bowl down on the table...without the aid of a bat!
The collage below is hopefully so you don't have to scroll through so many pictures today. From left to right...one of the corners entering Dillsboro, me and Phil Morgan (a potter who does lovely crystal glazes), the The Dogwood Crafters Co-op sign, and the Jarrett House Restaurant flying banners for it's local teams. The Dogwood Crafters had lovely benches upon which to rest in the sun and stretch our legs.
The Jarrett House was definitely the best place to eat in town, and they gave wonderful service! Out of the choices of chicken, fish or ham for meat we all received the same sides. Nobody has ever provided so many side dishes anywhere I've eaten, and most were homemade. Rolls, coleslaw, apple sauce, pickled beets, and corn which weren't on the main plate. Then a big serving of boiled buttered potatoes and green beans with the meats. And I had a slice of pie for desert too.
The top row of this collage just shows some of the interesting people walking around the Western Carolina Pottery Festival.
I hope you enjoy looking at my pictures, and maybe will make a comment. Thanks.