#Sketchaday14:lounging around town

Lamp posts, Pam's cafe, Friday 29.07.16

I actually drew this the previous day after our adventure on the Pipe, when it got so hot and sultry all we felt like doing was sitting in a cafe and drinking iced water.  The Revelstoke lamp posts are very distinctive, and from this angle I had a fine view of two of them. We were sitting outside Pam’s (Paramjit’s) Kitchen, and  we did enjoy two delicious wraps – the shahi paneer and the veggie sabzi – even if we had to take half our meal home because we felt too hot to eat it all!

I decided this picture needed some colour to draw attention to the lamp posts, so today I finished it off with coloured pencils.

Lamp posts, Pam's cafe in colour, Friday 29.07.16

We had another tasty and super healthy lunch today at the Craft Bierhaus. Six of us each had equally satisfying dishes and the beer was outstanding. I had my first experience of Kombucha – an interesting compromise between iced tea and beer, flavoured with hibiscus.

After lunch the rain hammered down – we even had hail. We took a circuitous route home hopping from one shop awning to the next, and decided to take the rest of the day off.

Peace at last Saturday 30.07.16

After a hard day’s touring

 

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About julia

l love drawing and printmaking. I also love communicating. And I love meeting people who care about these things.
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