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  1. Hi, I was wondering if anyone needs help in their studio on the weekends around houston texas. Heres the story, I am a laboratory manager for refinery and I just moved here from california. I used to have a wheel and kiln but I had to leave it behind. I have hashimoto's disease and stress takes its toll on me. Pottery really calms me down. So I am looking to help out in any way I can and learn more about pottery/ceramics while doing it. I work with a young group of chemical engineers and they always want to go out late and drink 24/7 on the weekends, because of my condition I really can't do that anymore so I need something productive to do. I don't want pay I just want to help out in any way I can. Heavy lifting, wedging clay, loading a kiln whatever just put me to work. I am also thinking about taking classes to get back into it pottery. Don't know if this is in the wrong section mods please move it if necessary thanks,
  2. what do you guys think about this? http://www.amazon.com/Portable-Potters-Centers-Pounds-Weighs/dp/B0009F76BM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1364242762&sr=8-1&keywords=potter%27s+wheel I would think its got a pretty good price point for amateurs/beginners or for people that don't want to pay for a new wheel...
  3. hey guys I am trying to make some small pieces of pottery and a person in town is selling this kiln used for $150 : http://products.cressmfg.com/item/ceramic-kilns/manual-3/pn-1178 Does anyone have experience with this model or do you think this is a general purpose kiln good for a rookie? Its 11"x11" Thanks,
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