Bowl of chips and malt vinegar, Vanilla Kitchen, Tideswell.
I love Tideswell village. Recently I've been making the trip at least once a week to do some drawing. I love drawing so much. I want to keep learning. I want to learn how to draw buildings and landscapes. And, for me, there's no better place than Tideswell. It's a gorgeous village. Hopefully, one day soon, I'll show you some of the drawings I have made there. Drawings, that is, of the views, rather than the things I am comfortable drawing. Like chips. Wooden Owl, charity shop, Tideswell.
My buddy Tim and I spent the most perfect day there recently. Apart from a gorgeous meal at Vanilla Kitchen
(which is one of the best places to eat in the whole of the Peaks) the whole town was gearing up for Wakes week
so there was all sorts of stuff going on. And, my favourite little charity shop was open. It's very rare to find it open. I've blogged about it before, and if you don't have much of a life you might want to read about it HERE
I got this little wooden owl, a tiny padlock and 6 used German stamps for just 50p. Bargain. Actually, Tim treated me to them, as a birthday gift.
To be fair, he did also treat me to Neil Young tickets, a bed settee in a Travelodge and dinner at Ikea. He sure knows how to treat a lady. Thanks, chuck. This note's for you.
Labels: chips, colour pencil, Tideswell