I'm firing a glaze kiln, and decided to take the thermometer out to the studio (never a good idea; I'll get too depressed) to see just how hot it really was. It was hot!!! about 110F. Though a little cooler if you lay down on the floor. -heat rises, you know.....Whew! And that's why I don't keep a thermometer out in the studio anymore. During the winter, it's toasty, but now, in the middle of a heat wave, it's just plain hot! Still, I have to do some work out there. I threw 3 bowls, made 2 large and 3 small slab platters, a 4-legged bowl, a casserole, and threw 2 bottoms for more large pitchers. This weekend I go off to another fair, and I want work to dry enough so that I can do a bisque as soon as I get back. There's a lot of raw ware waiting on the shelves, but I thought I could turn out a few more pieces. I am also setting up tiles for a hexagonal table---each tile is numbered before it's waxed and glazed, and extra little edge pieces are done generically, then fitted in after the firing.