Then I headed over to Greenpoint, Brooklyn, in rather light traffic. There's something addictive about the Chinese taco place on Manhattan Avenue because that's where I got lunch again. I noticed that there was a farmer's market going on in McCarren Park, so I also got two Rome apples for a dollar.
Met up with Jay at his studio. This was a shorter session because he had already done most of the work in the previous two sessions and he only needed to fix up a few areas on the painting. After that, he declared it finished and we took some pictures of the final result.
I'm happy with the way it turned out and working with Jay was a pleasure. If he's willing, I may do that again with a different character. We'll see.
In the evening, we went to Oasis, an inexpensive Middle-Eastern eatery, for dinner. I had a shawarma plate, which was turkey, lamb, and rice. It was raining tonight, so I chose a geocache in Queens at a location where I could park very close to the cache site. (I'd researched this one by aerial photo beforehand.) The one I did was It was Wally World. It was on the upper parking deck of a strip mall.