Mudflats may not be exactly what most people would expect to follow the Orpheum Theatre. I could make up something about the theatre of life playing out on the ecological stage, but really, it's just a place that I like and it's where I went next.
Following the Sea to Sky motto used excessively around here, my next drawing was done sitting in 2 meters of snow at Unknown Lake, up Hollyburn mountain. It's in the cross-country ski area, where, despite perfect snow and spring weather, it was just me, a curious raven, a lusty sapsucker (my interpretation of his or her persistent drumming) and an irate squirrel.
And then, because in Vancouver you are supposed to ski and golf in the same day, and I don't golf, a quick trip over town to the Vancouver Urbansketchers 3rd anniversary meet-up at the train station, where it all started. I just caught the tail end of the meet-up, so did my own quick sketch afterwards. I sat at a bus stop with a talkative old man (language spoken not entirely certain) and two Canada geese. I didn't find out why the geese were waiting at a bus stop.