I finished LOAD today--actually did one extra layout (29) to finish up all the photos I wanted to scrap from the road trip last August. We leave in a couple of weeks to visit Sarah, Adam, and Caleb and I know I'll come home with a new pile of photos to deal with. To spare you some overload, I'll post the last ones in two batches.
Once I got to these photos, I decided to spend the rest of the week getting the vacation photos scrapped. I watched a few of the prompt videos, but eventually gave that up since I wasn't paying any attention to them. This was Caleb's first introduction to a pool, and he was not the least bit intimidated. He even let Sarah take him under water.
One of the stops we made on the way from Atlanta to Denver was in Birmingham, AL. We wanted to visit the Civil Rights Institute there, and it was well worth the trip. But we were delighted to find some other fun things to do there as well: The Vulcan Center (with a fascinating museum about Birmingham's history and gorgeous views of the Birmingham skyline,) and The Peanut Depot which turned out to be loads of fun.
A very kind waitress came outside with us after dinner at The Lowcountry BackYard Restaurant in Hilton Head to take our photo. It was the only photo of all five of us taken on the trip.
I wrote a blog post about the amazing Crystal Bridges American Museum of Art, but I'd never gotten any of the photos into the Travel Album.
Here's a better view of the first page and the journaling.
Finally remembered to use some Washi tape on some of these layouts. I just love how easy it is to use. The little wood veneer heart in the Photo Op layout was covered with Washi tape, too.