We saw a lot of stuff: America the Beautiful, so true, so true, so very true. So here's a heartfelt "THANK YOU" to President Theodore Roosevelt for his enduring legacy in his significant role in the creation of 150 National Forests, five national parks, and 18 national monuments, among other works of conservation. In total, Roosevelt was instrumental in the conservation of approximately 230 million acres of American soil among various parks and other federal projects.
Just a few highlight photos amongst thousands of photos (and I was deleting them along the way!)... Badlands National Park, Mount Rushmore, Old Faithful in Yellowstone, Wall Drug and Corn Palace in South Dakota, wild animals in Yellowstone including the kids... good times, great memories, and overwhelming when I think about scrapping these photos...
The Color Room's release is tonight as well, and here is my take on palette 19. This is her viewfinder, an extremely accurate one.
The camera stamps from the Snapshot set is just too perfect for this layout, here's a close up of the stamped images.
I think another load of laundry is done and calling my name. So this wraps up another entry. Oh before I go, the Midnight Rooster's mini-kit giveaway goes to comment #18 Aubree!