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slipping up/humidity

updated mon 19 aug 02


Snail Scott on sun 18 aug 02

At 02:55 PM 8/16/02 -0700, you wrote:
> ....Fiddlesticks! In fact England is no damper than, say,
>Vermont, and gets much less annual rainfall than Puget Sound or
>Maine, I believe.

That's like saying a kiln isn't hot because it's cooler than the

England may be drier than the Pacific Northest, but I'm still a
desert rat, and they're both much, much wetter than anyplace I've
ever lived while doing clay. It's got to make a big difference in
drying processes, going from 10-30% humidity around here to 70-90%
in other places!