Day three went smoothly as well. I’ll give more details tomorrow, it’s been a long day… Here’s the short version
*spent the day fighting to get the back temp up. Fairly standard for day three. Front was in the 2300s, but the back was back to the 2100s.
*Teabowls were pulled from the front of the kiln in a sort of high temperature raku. Lots of folks came to watch.
*used a lot of wood. We got another cord delivered, and have used about half of the sidestoking wood split so far
*Got to see two of those noisy barred owls fly right past me. Awesome.