NWPCG Clay Camp

NWPCG Clay Camp

Post by Meredit » Thu, 30 Sep 1999 04:00:00



It was the best Clay Camp we've ever had! The food these people serve is all
homemade and served family style, so we got homebaked goods, homemade
chicken pot pie, and all sorts of great food! Everyone loved the site hands
down.
  As usual there was lots of laughter and goofing off as well as demos. It
seemed most of the demos were done by Linda Goff. She always has lots of new
stuff to show and share. She's like that, you know, and she's always
experimenting, so it's great fun to see new things.
  On Sunday, there were lots of people running around wearing Linda Geer's
polymer horns - they even look REAL! It was really funny to see.
  We got to have a reunion of some old Clay Campers like Joy Zuke, who we
haven't seen since the first Ravensdale! Kim Visscher came up from
California and Shelly Crossen and Lynn Curtis, among others, drove up from
Oregon and Southern Washington state.
  We may be doing another Clay Camp at the same place in May. We are looking
at the weekend after the Mother's Day weekend. Everybody was so jazzed with
this place that we thought we should book it every year jsut to stay on
their roster. We are also looking at trying to work Camp to go from Thursday
evening to Sunday afternoon sometime in the future - it may not happen, but,
we'll see.
  We missed Tom Plattenberger big time! It's the first Clay Camp that he
missed attending. Hopefully, next time, Tom!
  We had a lot of new folks - more than usual - which was wonderful! The
energy was a-buzzing.
  Meredith
 
 
 

NWPCG Clay Camp

Post by Meredit » Thu, 30 Sep 1999 04:00:00


It was the best Clay Camp we've ever had! The food these people serve is all
homemade and served family style, so we got homebaked goods, homemade
chicken pot pie, and all sorts of great food! Everyone loved the site hands
down.
  As usual there was lots of laughter and goofing off as well as demos. It
seemed most of the demos were done by Linda Goff. She always has lots of new
stuff to show and share. She's like that, you know, and she's always
experimenting, so it's great fun to see new things.
  On Sunday, there were lots of people running around wearing Linda Geer's
polymer horns - they even look REAL! It was really funny to see.
  We got to have a reunion of some old Clay Campers like Joy Zuke, who we
haven't seen since the first Ravensdale! Kim Visscher came up from
California and Shelly Crossen and Lynn Curtis, among others, drove up from
Oregon and Southern Washington state.
  We may be doing another Clay Camp at the same place in May. We are looking
at the weekend after the Mother's Day weekend. Everybody was so jazzed with
this place that we thought we should book it every year jsut to stay on
their roster. We are also looking at trying to work Camp to go from Thursday
evening to Sunday afternoon sometime in the future - it may not happen, but,
we'll see.
  We missed Tom Plattenberger big time! It's the first Clay Camp that he
missed attending. Hopefully, next time, Tom!
  We had a lot of new folks - more than usual - which was wonderful! The
energy was a-buzzing.
  Meredith

 
 
 

NWPCG Clay Camp

Post by Bruce Hilton & Tom Plattenberge » Sun, 03 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Meredith...

Thanks for noticing that I was not there.  I'm glad you and all had a
good time.  I am almost consumed with regret for not getting down
there.  I'd love to hear more news of the gathering.

T