It's over 90 degrees and just to hot to work outside. In the summer I set up a makeshift studio outside. It's really nice to throw in the open air and let things dry there. It's juts too damn hot. I retreated to my new "in progress" studio in some spare space in the basement. It's very nice and Handy Hubby has done a fantastic job cutting, nailing and making things just the way I want them. I now have the challenge of organizing everything from tools to glazes - that will take some time as repeated use is always the best indicator of where things should really go.
So in my small studio I spent the afternoon making some large and some small slab platters and trays. I love the wooden hump molds for some of my larger shapes.