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« Reply #360 on: August 20, 2011 07:49:14 AM »

I'm playing with the idea of making my own scrapbook instead of buying one. Of course, I've never actually made a book before so... Wink

wow! I wouldnt even know where to start
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« Reply #361 on: August 20, 2011 02:35:32 PM »

Roman, discovering Berlin...





We're not really that into the more "touristy" sights, so this is the only photo of one of those, i think. The Fernsehturm (TV tower) far away in the background.  Cheesy

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« Reply #362 on: August 20, 2011 02:38:06 PM »

I'm thinking of making my own scrap book too. I don't where to start either. I went shopping this morning to look for one and didn't find one I liked.
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« Reply #363 on: August 20, 2011 06:56:27 PM »

I'm going to try this tutorial this coming week. It seems easy to follow and if it comes out well, I'm thinking I can decorate the pages before I bind it so Bexster can have the pleasure of cracking the spine for the first time Wink
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« Reply #364 on: August 20, 2011 08:26:48 PM »

C is for castle this one is made of wood, It is also Architectural. This is the Day of land grab at the Great Pennsic War in Slippery Rock, Penn.
George and Fred made freinds right off the bat.



The boys travel with me though out Pennsic in this basket (with Wheels) Here they are waiting while I make a pit stop at the Flushies to wash my hands when ever we were close I did this it was about 2 miles from my Encampment "The Midlands"

Crafty~ The boys look on while our friend Lady Malina works on Illuminating scrolls for the up coming Middle Kingdom court.

Childhood~Here they watch Abby (age 14) working on painting the Middle Kingdom device on here fighting shield she is a youth Boffer Fighter.

The boys helped Abby and my Daughter Ping make these flowers, The girls wanted to sit on a blanket and sell them but when they both started getting busy with classes and fighting there wasen't time so the boys asked if they could take them home with them.  The last time my daughter was at war she sold paper fans in front of our camp for a quarter each and pulled in $60. that was 10 years ago.

While walking the Merchants shopping for stuff to take home with them they met some new freinds Lord Bun bun and  Lady Fairy This is them gathered at Lord Bun Buns. Lady Fairy is from down the block (10ish merchant tents away.)

When passing the Battle field the boys wanted to stop at the water Barriers tent and get a drink and meet some of the workers

Blue~ Later in the War we were back at Merchants row and the boys convinced the owner of Garment goat to let them take a ride on the Blue goat. It's name is Blue and it didn't mind a bit.

Magical~ Nature~ While exploring the guys found a magical fairy circle of Mushrooms. They layed in the circle and made wishes.
The boys stopped to pay there respects at the shrine to St Gabriel (in front of the Drumming tent)

So I am back from War and I have recovered and now I start Collage this Monday for the first time in 17 years I will be back in a class room I am glad the boys will get to keep me company for a little bit.
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« Reply #365 on: August 20, 2011 08:49:17 PM »

It looks like Fred & George had a great time!!  I can't wait to take Sparks to our little renfair in september.  I'm sure it's nothing like the war you just experienced, but it's always a lot of fun! Nest weekend Sparks will be joining us for a little back to school shopping as well!  Looking forward to that! Smiley  It has been pretty quiet around here without my daughter but we've been riding my bike all over the place.  Trying to find some great place to take pics around town.  Have a big weekend planned for labor day as well!  And I want to go to the beach one more time before the summer is over Smiley
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« Reply #366 on: August 21, 2011 06:59:10 AM »

Sorry I'm late, but here are my interpretations of a couple of the photo challenges



this is something that 'starts with c'...Dee helping my friend Penny cheat at Rumikub  Cheesy



And something crafty...Dee hiding amongst some of the jams we put up.  Her favorite seems to be the Peach Chardonay  Grin

Hmm, we seem to have a wine theme going on at our casa....
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« Reply #367 on: August 21, 2011 07:23:40 AM »

Today we went to Beamish - It is a 'living' museum which shows how people lived in the North East of England in Edwardian times. It has a full working farm, village, city and mine.








Then on the way home we stopped off to see the Angel of the North, one of the most recognisable pieces of public art in Britain.


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« Reply #368 on: August 21, 2011 08:57:49 AM »

I'm going to try this tutorial this coming week. It seems easy to follow and if it comes out well, I'm thinking I can decorate the pages before I bind it so Bexster can have the pleasure of cracking the spine for the first time Wink

that would be such a treat, Im such a book nerd, that first open is always worth waiting for!

Love the angel of the north pics, We drove past there a few months ago but didnt get the chance to stop, hopefully we will get to on our drive to scotland in March
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« Reply #369 on: August 22, 2011 01:03:04 PM »

Love the angel of the north pics, We drove past there a few months ago but didnt get the chance to stop, hopefully we will get to on our drive to scotland in March

It's very cool to be stood underneath it. You should definitely stop off and check it out!

My friend sent me some pictures she took of Ricki getting friendly with the farm animals at Beamish Cheesy



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