Creative Bliss

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Digital Project Life-Add on to Week 6

Gosh darn it, I'm falling behind on Digital Project Life. I should have already finished Week 7 (Easter) and I haven't even started it yet. In my defense, my husband has been working on my computer, adding a new solid surface hard drive and also upgrading Windows yet again. That means I have had to reinstall a few programs. Okay, that's my story and I'm sticking to it. Ha!

A few days after I posted Week 6, I realized I hadn't included pictures of a day trip that Steve and the girls took with our friend, Dave. We always call these trips, "Adventures with Dave" because he finds unique and interesting things to do. On this day they were going to drive to Pueblo (wayyyyy south of Denver) to go see Bishop's Castle. You can read about Bishop's Castle here. It's really quite fascinating. I didn't go because, well, Easter was the next day and I wasn't quite ready for the holiday what with being busy with the girls during their Spring Break. Amy and Steve did a good job taking photos of the castle, which is being hand built by a man named Jim Bishop.


These are basic templates (American Crafts brand for Digital Project Life) with nothing really added to jazz them up. The pictures are neat in and of themselves, I think.

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4 comments:

Laurel said...

Great photos!

KayM said...

Your pictures are really gorgeous Jeanne! That looks like a neat place. We've been through Pueblo many times going back and forth out west. I'll have to remember that place. I think my hubby would love it! I also love your simple pages. I did a lot of my PLife pages simple like that and I scrap our vacation pictures without any elements at all! Gasp!! haha! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugs :)

crochetwithtamara said...

Hi Jeanne!

I always love reading about what's going on in your life. Thanks so much for sharing your family with us.

Love, Tamara

Barb said...

This looks like a neat-o place! I would love to visit it. Great photos!