My sister and I visited Berea as part of a road trip to the Smoky Mountains. After visiting the artisans in town, we almost skipped Tater Knob because it was ten miles out of our way. So glad we didn't! We were greeted by David, who warmly described their handiwork as he gave us refreshments. David took a lot of time with us explaiining Sarah's pottery, his own pottery, and his father, Jeff's paintings. All three are very talented, warm, and interested in teaching us about the pottery. Sarah threw a spoon bread plate for us to watch and she patiently talked about the process. Afterwards, Sarah went out of her way to advise us on scenic roads to take, a wonderful rejuvenating place to stay outside of Robbinsville, and suggested we visit a potter friend of hers in Robbinsville, NC. Our trip to Tater Knob was a highlight of our vacation. I highly recommend a visit to Tater Knob and the genuinely good people who make their life's work there.
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