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Our Spring Break is now a road trip

Posted by on November 10, 2014

We went to a Panther’s hockey game.  We went to Legoland Florida with the in-laws.  Then… off to St. Augustine.  ROAD TRIP!  Actually it is not that far… only a 4 to 5 hour drive.  Once we got there, we went to so many places.  The Old Jail, the Old School House, Fort Menednez, the Museum, the Castle and just all the sites you see as you walk around kept us busy.  I decided this time to show the two pages side by side like you would see in the book.


yin_template310D font: Goudy Old Style paper: IndigoDesigns_WildWest

font: Goudy Old Style
paper: IndigoDesigns_WildWest


As the weeks progress, hopefully so will my pages for you to view.  I did this one over the last week.  It took longer than I thought it would.  While I have already decided which pictures I want to use, it is not so easy deciding how to lay it out, which papers and what to write on it.  I also changed my pictures to sepia in color because I thought it looked better.

And yes, I forgot to credit Wikipedia for the History information I used in my layout.  Wikipedia wasn’t the only place I looked but actually had the nicest write up.

Thoughts?  Where do you get your information if you forget to write it down while you are there?  How do you scrap your road trips?

One Response to Our Spring Break is now a road trip

  1. pam

    I ALWAYS forget to log details. When we returned from our last great road trip (7 or 8 states) all I had was mileage. At the end of the day, mileage doesn’t help with place names and experiences. 😉