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November 13, 2021

Today’s page shows off some photos from our stay at Eromanga. This is where they found the brand new Sauropod Dinosaur which they call Cooper. The township itself is quite small but rich in dinosaur bones. The first dinosaur bone was found in the area by a 14 year old boy who was bright enough to realise it was something special. His family became the driving force behind the Living History Centre. I stamped an image from the long retired No Bones About It stamp set across the bottom of a Very Vanilla 12″ x 12″ page using Early Espresso ink.

I attached all of my photos and the computer generated journaling to Early Espresso card before attaching them to the page. I created my title on the computer, printed it onto Very Vanilla card and fussy cut it before attaching it to the page. So simple but it makes me quite excited to visit again and see what new things they have found.

Bye for now,


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