It was a cold north east wind for our visit to Wath-in-Nidderdale for our monthly sketching trip.
After a coffee and biscuits in the lounge of The Sportsman’s Arms we set off, well wrapped up, to look around the pretty village.
Some of the group walked and took photographs and others sketched. A few had never been in the tiny chapel before and learned that Rudyard Kipling’s father , who had once lived at Greenhow, had preached there.
When we arrived back for a mid-day break, we were ready for the warmth of the log fire and some food in the Sportman’s. Billy had set a table ready for seven which was good as there was a full house in this popular country inn.
We reviewed our sketches, two of which are reproduced here.
The next sketching trip for art club members is on Monday 12th June . Sketching at Norton Conyers – Meet at the house. Picnic lunch. Book with Audrey.