I have to confess that I love Nathan Fillion, but I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to scrap either Castle or firefly so I went with the discovery channel. Yes channel- because I never really watch it. We have been cable/ dish free for over a year so if it isn't on the local channel we don't get it. I image that they probably have shows on petroglyphs.
So here's my take
Not many place like this left. Where the girls could walk up and almost touch the carvings and markings. Don't worry they were instructed not to because contact with the skin can break down the sandstone. The hiking patrol was very fortunate to have a troop leader that was familiar with the trail and cave. Mo told us about the history and use of the cave as well as what most of the carvings meant.
close up of journaling .
Top left is the hunting party. Can just make out the heads at the top of the T's
Top right is the bear family by the river
Bottom left is the hunters, river and a few other symbols that I have forgotten
Bottom right looks like a bird with something written inside of it
This weeks challenge at Lasting memories is to create a layout using only one photo.
This should be easy, but I had to make it more complicated then necessary. I've been trying to figure out how to document one of my latest geocaching finds as I'm rather excited to pick up this traveling bug.
It's not even a real photo, but a computer print of the info sheet that goes with the bear.
I do have photos of Juliette that are on the second page of the layout.
The journaling is from the travel log that goes along with this travel bug. I decided to write it out so I could shorten some of the enteries to make it fit the space, however you still get the general idea of her travels from Idaho to Oregon. If you want to see more or follow her progress you can track her on
Juliette's trip to the Eugene Service center to pick up a few items for her journey. The council patch has been tacked to the back of the vest and the t-shirt and dog tag layered on over the one she came with.
The other two photos are of our hike to Soda springs falls with the service unit hiking patrol
I used the favorites tag to do bullet point journaling for the photos