right, Diane??), no bits of door mud crumbling in, necessitating a partial unloading, no mysteriously cracked shelves. During the firing, the kiln climbed like a champ and went off an hour earlier than expected.
I did make one change: after body reduction, I stayed in a much heavier reduction right up to the end. Body reduction itself was heavier than usual, and my climbing reduction was closer to what would normally be body reduction. And it climbed faster than usual...go figure.
Unloading Tuesday...or Monday night, if I just can't wait.
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