It was a warm sunny day at the Eastside Culture Crawl. I finally thawed the last of the bones that I froze at last year's event. Surprisingly, the building at 1000 Parker Street is still standing, so I drew it again, this time from the sunny south side, with its awesome graffiti. I grabbed lunch from one of the food trucks - traditional Canadian fare of kim-chee tacos (though the Szechuan perogies were also tempting). I ended up giving an impromptu demonstration and lecture on lunch-drawing to about 15 culture-crawlers, expounding on my thesis that you appreciate food three times as much if you draw it first - in the drawing, in the extended anticipation, and finally in the eating. You also learn to draw faster if you're hungry. Then I went inside, and did an architecturally exact drawing of the busy interior. As I heard one couple say: "How many floors are there?" "Nobody knows."