theTravelsketcher this week – March 26, 2021


This week started and ended with some actual, not virtual, urban sketching. There was the last of the Nature Obscura sketches, some remembering of past travels, and dreams of future destinations when the skies and countries are open once again.

A sunny, but cool, Friday morning at Cafe Louvre in Edmonds, nice to get out in the sun.

A domestic house spider, they are amazing creatures with a history of misunderstanding, myths, and phobia.

In 2017 Tricia and I spent five weeks in Europe, we have posted about that trip in both of our blogs. Our friends Tim and Lisa joined us for two of those weeks. We met up with them in Edinburgh. The first sketch here is of the building that our Airbnb was in, next to Edinburgh Castle. We drove through southern Scotland, through a bit of England, then flew from Bristol to Nice, rented a car, then drove to Robion, a small village in Provence. The second sketch is Tim and me walking back to our gite, Le Chat Rouge, from coffee at Le Cafe de la Poste.

Thursday I checked out a new place in Mukilteo, Tapped Mukilteo. This proves to be a needed addition to the restaurant scene in the Harbour Pointe area of the city.

Hope you are getting your vaccine soon, I had my second shot Sunday. There is a feeling of hope in the air, and we anticipate getting out more soon. Keep traveling and sketching…

About Terry Christopherson

I sketch, I paint, I travel and eat, that is what my sites are all about.
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2 Responses to theTravelsketcher this week – March 26, 2021

  1. Walt Samples says:

    Teresa & I are done with both shots……Not much going on on the homestead. Have to sew some grass seed. Still a bit cool at night for that. Hope you can start traveling a bit. Take care.

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  2. elissbaker says:

    I often say this of your sketches, but Cafe Louvre is one of my favorites! And you captured Tim’s posture perfectly. I recognize those shoulders… 🙂

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