Loveland has been revitalized with a bike and hike trail that runs across a good portion of Ohio. You see a lot of dog walkers and bicyclists. Neither of these groups buy a lot of pottery but they give the area a good vibe. They do draw a good crowd of buyers and I did well but not what I had done Saturday. Several friends and return customers came by but it was mostly new business. It was a long hard day coming right after a long hard day. My booth was under a big tree. Had it been hot that would be a plus but with one neighbor having sides on and another using Pro Panels it was a little to dark to made pottery sing. Lights next year. Also coming off Bellevue, my stock was a little picked over. I think I ended up maybe $250 short of what I had done Saturday but all things considered it was a good day for me. My friend Trish was right across from me and I was happy to see that she was slammed all day. I had to cart stuff across the park but there were a bunch of volunteers to help and I'm old enough not to be too proud to gather some of them when needed. I think it was about 6:45 when I pulled out and finally headed home.
I have people ask about shelves all the time here are some booth shots. The two big units have frames that fold flat and the tabletop unit has a panels that quickly attach with carriage bolts and wing nuts. For instructions on making some, search this blog for SHELVES. I'm gonna go now. I have to make more stuff.
|Large ammo box full of gravel|
Nice weight, about 50 lbs