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Lesson Plans


Pit firing

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LMiller435
Tue, 7 Dec 1999 21:51:08 EST


just do it but be sure you do it away from windows (smoke) & building

ann c
Also, if you are in a neighborhood, let all the neighbors know. Explain
thoroughly and sort of get their permission. My third graders fire their
pots in a brick sawdust kiln. We mix horse manure with it for the black. They
are not burnished. But one year the kiln smoked for three days. We use a
parent's back yard. That long firing was a nice slow one. Many pots. No
breakage.

My fire dept seems to wonder why I even call. They give us their blessing.

Leslie in MA

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