So the goats get moved later thisday. They will be in charge of eating all the green stuff with the hope of mitigating future fires. Our local organic farmer, Tim, runs this herd from property to property to help us all with the fuel load on our properties. He keeps his milking herd on his place.
This week (hopefully Thatday) should see the next to last AT&T crew come by to set the equipment in place for the Fiber Optics line being installed. It's taken about two months to get us to this point. But we're close...very close. Once the equipment is set, the rest of the set up is handled remotely from an office (I hear it's Houston calling). This could take place by Otherday.
In conjunction with that AT&T thing...we have a couple of guys stopping by to tidy up the Ethernet lines and putting them underground to the workshop and the studio. Maybe next Someday.
Testing for the new grey glaze continue this week. I wasn't thrilled with the first volley of tests last week... too pinkish /purplish...and not particularly good pink or purple at that. I was going to set up more tests towards the end of the week, but PG&E has decided to kill our power for a couple of days so I set the tests in motion today. I did have a gorgeous purple come from an intentional test and one grey-like tile that was the basis for the tests done today. So it wasn't a complete loss (testing never is...you learn from tests). The tests for a new red glaze? I don't want to talk about it...just leave me alone in my pathetic existence. Glaze development is just so damnably humbling.