When meeting people on a hike I used to quickly judge them by the dirt on their clothes. Newbies always had dirt and grass on their knees ,muddy boots and an ill fitting backpack. Seasoned mountaineers  were always clean, quiet and had time to smile and say hello.

I don’t know what to say about this clip.The potter has pristine clothes and no splashpan. My  clay covered pants and hair make me feel like a child dabbling in clay .Lavinia.(almapottery.etsy.com)

2 Responses to “Japan”
  1. JDWolfe says:

    His pants are the same color as the clay! Right? hmmm, how does he do that?

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