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Day 10

September 22, 2018

These two pages depict our travels from Mission Beach to Rollingstone.  We rose early and managed to see the sun come up over the water which was pretty spectacular.  Again a short day so we had time for a little sight-seeing along the way.  We stopped in at Tully – the town re-knowned for its very high rainfall – to see the Big Gumboot.  You climb to the top of the Gumboot which gives an amazing 360 degree view of the town and its surrounds.   After leaving Tully we made another stop at Cardwell.  This time we stopped in at the Bakery and tried out the pies as we sat and took in the beautiful view.  We were very surprised when we arrived at Rollingstone, what a beautiful park.  Ron and I had been told many times to stay there but this was the first time we managed it.  I am sure it won’t be our last visit.

These are simple pocket pages with one pocket for journaling.  I cut a narrow strip from a  6″ x 4″ Delightfully Detailed Memories and More card to add to the bottom of the journaling card.  I stamped the date and “remember” from the Tabs for Everything stamp set.  The title is cut using the retired Timeless Type Alphabet Dies.   The “sweet moments” on the page is from the retired Remember This stamp set.

When a stamp set or accessory retires, I usually keep anything that I think will fit in with my Memory Keeping.  Sometimes you just need a word or an image that will finish the page off beautifully.  So my apologies if you do not have these specific sets or dies but I am sure if you love to Memory Keep, Scrapbook or whatever you call it, you will have your own stash to use.

Bye for now,


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