Truman did do some actual walking at the park, but it was easier to put him in the stroller for picturesque poses.
Note to Mom: I counted eleven construction cranes downtown from this vantage point!
I found a shady spot from which to draw the old gas works:
The park is only 1-1/2 miles from my office, so I'm thinking a long lunch now and then to walk over there might be fun.
On Tuesday we went to the Fill, where there were mostly lots of little birds flitting about -- goldfinches, House Finches, sparrows, chickadees, wrens, and hummingbirds. Quick, how many goldfinches are in this photo:
I'm not actually sure myself! I know there are at least eight, and there might be a ninth one hidden behind the stems above the one with wings spread in the lower left side.
After our walk around the Loop Trail, I found another shady spot over at the Center for Urban Horticulture building courtyard from which to do another sketch. Truman, as usual, waited ever so patiently for me to finish and do something more interesting (like take him home).
Today's plan is to sketch at Discovery Park. It's supposed to get to 86 today, so we may not be out there very long, though!