Presenters and attendants alike seemed to enjoy it. The humility at the March Meeting was the highlight in my opinion.
As I took pictures, I noticed that they all were picturesque. For instance, Shira presented a talking caliper for the blind and visually impaired.
Funny thing is, it only runs for about twelve minutes.
The interviews are the best parts of the Iron Pour for me personally because I was able to learn about the people who make it happen.
Pardon me, Shira presented a talking caliper (which is a project she is working on) for the blind and visually impaired. But enough for my opinions, Lon brought his metal sculpture named “Fireworks” that he worked on during the winter.