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This item doesn't belong on this page. Unfortunately, it is longer in its storage bag, than our tow car could handle without us having to unload it every time we wanted to drive the car so we ended up not taking it on this trip and I used a pop-up shade cover instead.
All of the campsites we use have electricity so I always bring a fan along and my outdoor studio is just what I had hoped it would be. Her crate took up my folding table space and she was too curious about what I was doing, so no indoor painting for me on this trip.
So far, my supplies just went along for the ride. The rain finally subsided and we had beautiful weather while we were in Central Texas visiting family. We were lucky to have a wonderful view of the lake from our site and it was perfect to set up and paint.
My acrylics were drying out practically before I could get the paint to the canvas. I persevered, though and my painting was only interrupted by the call of happy hour.
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To slow down the rapid drying of acrylic paint, I recommend this product: Liquitex Slow Dri Blending Fluid, unfortunately, I left mine at home. I was working quickly, feeling a bit like Van Gogh, but trying to channel my latest artist crush, Tom Thomson. He was a Canadian artist I learned about on a spring trip to Ottowa. They go right back to the time when Bill was a drop-dead-handsome football player at Princeton in the Forties.
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It turns out Bill was part of the fabled ski and mountaineering force that was formed to drive the Germans out of Italy. Working a thirty caliber machine gun, and marching near a mortar installation, began the hearing loss that still bothers him today. Bill also suffered a leg wound and was eventually pulled off the front lines. He says that injury — his "million dollar" injury — probably saved his life. Carrying his portable oxygen tank, Bill still goes every year to the memorial ceremony held for the 10 th Mountain division at Whiteface Mountain.
He was killed. When I went to Oklahoma and the hospital [after coming home from Europe]