The sun came out shining straight into my eyes which rather stopped play, I may go back and try to finish it off.
Since I have started looking out for cold food at lunchtime that I can eat while sketching I am becoming a bit of a connoisseur of the ploughman and this was one the better ones I have encountered.
For the discerning art critics here is a picture of the view, note the seagull has the shadow of a dog, leading me to believe that it may have been a dark angel projecting a hell hound.
I bought a few books in Broadstairs, the star buy being Storm Warriors or lifeboat Work on the Goodwin Sands by John Gilmore, click on the link to read some sample pages http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/storm/ or click on this link to buy the reprint of this book that I publish http://michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/id333.htm
Not really sure if this a first edition as I haven’t looked it up in Biblioteca Cantina yet, but I think 1874 is pretty early for this book.
Log of a Sky pilot is a Deal book, see http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/LogofaSkyPilot/ with a bit of Victorian religious sentimentality which doesn’t really detract from the invigorating read.
The rest of the books were a bit pedestrian in comparison.