When customers pull into the driveway bending around the 100-year-old home that now houses Dunton Locks Pottery, they can most likely expect to be greeted with a warm smile and beckoning wave from a woman sporting clay-covered jeans and a rolled up longsleeved shirt.
Mary Laabs, an artist nestled in the woods near Lake Sallie, knows that when her inhouse buzzer goes off, someone has pulled up to the house and is most likely in the mood to browse through some pottery.
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