One of my favorite plein air sessions had to be from the trailer park near Little Creek. I had passed by this beautiful Chevy Bel Air, a 56 to be exact earlier in the fall. Although, it was sunny when I passed by the first time, the clouds had rolled in when I set up to paint. It was one of my first paintings after I had gotten my Easy L Versa and tripod. If you look closely enough you can see I have hardly any paint on the easel back board. The locals drove by and seemed to appreciate it. What I didn't expect was the trailer park management to drive by and start asking if I had a permit. "What? A permit for what? To paint? Duh, no." I thought. But I was polite and explained the whole reason I was there was to paint the classic car. Then I turned the easel around to show her the progress. That seemed to impress her enough to let me get back to painting. Sometimes it's better to set up and paint and then let things play out if someone is curious enough to ask what I'm doing there. Hopefully by then the painting has gotten far enough that I can show my efforts and can see I'm serious about painting.