Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Sea to the vines


this was a group of young people around a wine barrel at one of the wineries we visited. Us old people found inside chairs out of the cold and sat but there was a continuous stream of the younger ones coming and going. we actually found it rather expensive this year as a lot of the main meals were about $15 plus $5 for a glass of wine but we did find some very tasty, non fishy ones at lesser prices. As usual with a group of us it was fun.
As designated driver I didnt drink, sipped I think one sip of a very nice white, but sloshed on the free coffee I could get as the designated driver.
The breathalisers were out in full force but for us going home against the flow of traffic we were not stopped.
trouble is that after 3 coffee's I couldnt sleep last night.

3 comments:

Keith said...

This is fun. As designated driver, I suppose you saved a little money. Maybe you earned an import of a Raffine sketchpad.

Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Too much coffee - yeah, that can happen. Sounds like you all had a good time anyway. I went to a lunch with some elderly women and we just had toasted sandwiches sort of things. Not very exciting as I like ethnic food - anyone can toast a sandwich at home!
w.

takinanap said...

this is a nice quick sketch. i like the feel of it. you captured the moment well.

maggie
portland maine
usa