Much like Pres, I like popped pop corn! Can't get much more natural than that, just don't use Canola to pop it with. Read what Canadian Oil is!
Seasoned WarriorMember Since 02 Apr 2010
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I was taught pottery by my artist mother who ran a successful pottery in Maine. My grandfather, a third generation blacksmith, taught me blacksmithing. College taught me engineering and I was a successful mechanical engineer until my industry was a victim of the US shift to a services based economy and away from industry. I left engineering and entered the field of real estate where I was successful as a buyer of real estate and as an insurance broker. I am now back to my childhood love of pottery and metals. I own and operate a small pottery and forge deep in the redwoods on the banks of the Noyo River on the Mendocino Coast in California and I manage my real estate.
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Pottery, metals, bicycling (mtn and street), farming, real estate