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Bowen to Yeppoon.

October 13, 2018

Today’s page showcases our stay in Bowen.  We arrived pretty early and after setting up we went exploring the town.  We first visited the lookout where you get the most magnificent views – 360 degrees.  You can see all the way up and down the coast as well as over the town and the surrounding countryside.  We explored the bays and foreshore of the town and spent quite a bit of time at Horseshoe Bay where the girls loved climbing the hills and exploring the headland.  We enjoyed a lovely drink at the cafe before heading back to the caravan.  I used a pocket page for this layout and created the journaling on the computer.  I printed onto Whisper White card and added a strip of one of the Delightfully Detailed Memories and More 6″ x 4″ cards across the bottom.  The date stamp is from the Tabs for Everything and the title is cut from Blackberry Bliss card using the retired Timeless Type Alphabet Thinlit Dies.

The second page depicts our arrival at Yeppoon and while setting up we were visited by the semi-resident Emu.  He was quite friendly.  The girls by now are quite expert at setting up and I couldn’t help but take some photos of them setting up our table to show their Mum and Dad.  Again this page is a pocket page and I have used the same Delightfully Detailed Memories and More card to attach to the Whisper White card under the journaling.  The word and the date stamp are from the Tabs for Everything stamp set and the title is once more cut from Blackberry Bliss card using the Timeless Type Alphabet Thinlit Dies.

Yeppoon is our last stop on this little journey, so not too many more pages to share.  Hope you are still enjoying them.

Bye for now,

Kris

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