This is a ridiculous number of drawings to post all at once. I should have just taken phone camera shots and posted with sketchy wifi. But I didn't, so here you have the first of tonight's batch of 20. These are from the archaeological museum in Girona.
Further along the trail was this shock of yellow, a rape field in the distance.
And then the little church of Santa Maria de Porqueros, where we later learned our friends P and J were married. On the right is a boathouse that we saw from the restaurant where we ate lunch.
People on the street in Girona.
I couldn't resist the shoes in this shoe shop. It was very crowded, so I sketched shoes while waiting to try some on. The colors were delicious! I ended up with the bright orange flats.
Back in Girona, lunch on Placa Independenca on May Day.
The couple at the table next to ours, and on the right, a clever reusable sandwich wrapper that I found in a home supplies store.
At the splendid urban park adjacent to our apartment complex wild parrots were building a nest out of eucalyptus bark in the top of an evergreen tree.
Below, feral cats lounge in the park; and on the right, a gigantic mural on a seven story high building. Tomorrow: The Final Catch-Up!