Melissa Puchinger of Pressed Wishes out of Mabel Lake assists Ella Reeve and Brooklyn Giles look through pieces of jewelry on display in Puchinger’s booth at the High Country Pottery Show held at the Sorrento Memorial Hall Saturday, Aug. 4. (Lachlan Labere/Salmon Arm Observer)

Difficult decisions

Bev Fair of Edmonton struggles to choose between a variety of stonewear platters crafted by Mud, Sweat and Tears’ Bruce, Laura and Grant Nyeste of Sorrento, vendors at the High Country Pottery Show held at the Sorrento Memorial Hall Saturday, Aug. 4.

Melissa Puchinger of Pressed Wishes out of Mabel Lake assists Ella Reeve and Brooklyn Giles look through pieces of jewelry on display in Puchinger’s booth at the High Country Pottery Show held at the Sorrento Memorial Hall Saturday, Aug. 4.

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