2nd Ave. Whitehorse
2nd Ave. Whitehorse
After lunch sketch outside the Baked Cafe.
Main Street, Whitehorse, YT
2nd Ave., Whitehorse, YT.
Shipyard park, Whitehorse YT
South of Haines Junction, Yukon
At the Ridge Pub & Grill, Whitehorse
For the Canada day long weekend, we rented a cabin in Atlin, BC. We got the Sentinel cabin, one of the three cabins with glacier view owned by Sidka Tours.
Inside the cabin
View from the window, looking over Atlin Lake
On the deck
Skagway Fish Co. They have the best fish & chips!
At the gas station, Skagway, Alaska.
Wood St., Whitehorse
I purchased Noodler’s Ink Polar Brown in Edmonton. The seller said that it can withstand extremely cold temperature, like -30 celcius. We’ll see about that this coming winter. Right now, it is spring/summer in the Yukon.
Crow Quill #102 from Speed Ball + Noodler’s Ink Polar Brown
Sunstroke Music Festival 2013, Whitehorse
Waiting for AirNorth at Edmonton International Airport
The huge delay makes me really annoyed
Again, refueling at Calgary airport on the way to Whitehorse
A fellow passenger
Waiting for AirNorth plane at Whitehorse Airport
While my plane was refueling at Calgary Airport, on the way to Edmonton.
My new pen, the Noodler’s Ink Ahab, arrived. I learned from YouTube that I should have cleaned it before using it for the first time.
Historic houses along Yukon River, Shipyards Park, Whitehorse
Outside Baked Cafe, on the terrace. Corner of Main St. and Front St. Whitehorse
Mew gulls. They arrived end of April/beginning of May and nested in small islands in the Yukon River in Whitehorse.
The view from inside Tim Hortons, 2nd Ave.
A dog was waiting for his boss who was getting coffee at Tim Hortons, 2nd Ave.
Whitehorse airport parking lot for small planes, as seen from the Alaska Highway
We were in Amsterdam yesterday and of course, we went to eat at our favorite restaurant New King on the Zeedijk. While Norbert asked for a table for two, I noticed a sketch on an A4 above the cashier desk on the 1st floor (top floor). I stared at it for a while, because I thought I recognized that sketch. And it was this exact sketch (above), which I posted on 04.03.2006. New King: I am honored that you hang my sketch in your restaurant!! Yesterday’s dinner was delicious, as always! Bedankt!
A little update on me and my study: Veterinary Medicine is a very intensive study. I have an exam around every 5 weeks. Within these weeks, I also have a team project that requires some attention too. Despite the energy that I have to put into the study, it is very exciting and interesting. It was unthinkable that I would exchange sketch paper and blue prints for milking cows, dissecting chicken, and stem cells research. However, I did not regret my decision at all. And those who thinks that I completely ditched architecture is wrong. I am still busy with architecture, only at another level. Previously, it was architecture in (centi)meters. Now, it is in micro and nanometers as in liver architecture or cytoarchitecture
Wasabi is a lot better and has also gained some weight. Though, she cannot go back to ‘normal’. Her CREA value is back to normal (a surprise!), but her UREA value is slightly higher than the previous test. We’re hoping that her UREA would go back to the normal range as well. But I guess that is too much to ask. One normal value is better than none.