The classes were held in the Kenyon House, a cute little building with a fantastic view of Skaha Lake, a tiled floor, kitchen, 2 bathrooms and an upgraded electrical panel to run at least 7 griddles. We also had a big fridge and a coffee maker. What more could we want!
Linda came with hubby Bill and he and my husband Peter really hit it off! After setting up and testing all the griddles we went to visit one of our local wineries: See Ya Later winery. Unfortunately the weather was not great, so we had to sit outside with some blankets and enjoy our cheese platters all bundled up, but the wine was good!
On the first day of the classes I was really relieved to see everybody arrive in time. We had many of my old students, some from all over BC and Micheline even came all the way from Virginia!
- Linda showed a plethora of techniques at a steady pace, but even the newbees managed to keep step and a good time was had by all.
- The second day was reserved for image transfers, textures and of course: the much-anticipated propane torch! But first a few examples of work from our first group:
Here are some pictures from the second group: