This has been a long week - full of printing, burning screens, and cherry coke. The first snow flurries of the season arrived while I was teaching on Wednesday. I really do love this time of the year and it's been much cozier since I started wearing all of my favorite turtlenecks and fleeces.

I'm learning how to use a Heidelberg Windmill, and yesterday I loaded paper and printed some proofs. It was very exciting! There's a lot more to understand about the way the press works than with the Vandercook, especially how to load paper correctly. I'm feeling a lot more confident and hope to run an actual job on it soon.

Have a great Halloween! I have some news in the works for Monday.

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