Despite what Napoleon Dynamite may have inadvertently led you to believe, ligers are indeed real creatures. They are feline hybrids and they are freaking monsters.
I am right now, at this very moment, coming to you from Hangar 9, where I am enjoying a very tasty brew. That's right, I am working from a bar. Let's hear it for free wireless internet! I may have to make a habit of this.
And as nice as that may be for me, it will not necessarily make for a better blog post, at least not this time. As much as I may try, I am not very good with taking pictures of stuff as I am working on things. Thus a lot of this may be written as opposed to pictorial. Or it may just be a shorter post; in which case it may indeed be a good post depending on your reading habits.
Enough muckity-muck; on to the goods.
If you follow me on Facebook (side note: my marketing consultant wife would probably say I should encourage you to go to my face book and "like" me and such, but I honestly do not care. That stuff is not terribly enjoyable to me.)...if you follow me on Facebook you may have seen that I have been coming around on the platter making. In the last post I said that my platter endeavors were less than satisfactory, only getting a 15 inch platter out of 18 pounds of clay. After that though I was able to stretch a 17 - 18 inch platter out of 15 pounds of clay.
On a completely unrelated note, I got a trailer!
my truck decided to give up the ghost. Although I never put any pictures or anything up here, I got a new truck, but no camper. Instead of going the camper route the wife and I decided to get an enclosed trailer to haul stuff around. And it has tons more room and lights for camping at shows. Good deal. Now all I have to do is learn how to back it up without running over anything.
Ok, it is getting late (ish) and I am out of pictures, so I am going to officially throw this out into the ether and head home. But first...Artificial Lover. Not real sure how to describe this other than oddly good.
Up next...what is the biggest potato ever grown?