Last week our chest freezer had issues and we realized it had no power for undetermined period of time. James figured out the problem and got it running. Wednesday night, we emptied it of all the spoiled refrozen food since yesterday was trash day. We then unplugged it so I could clean it out. Today, I have plans to sop up all the thawed juices and then clean it thouroughly before plugging it back in, but I am procrastinating because the whiff I got when I opened it was not a good whiff. And my pregnant nose smells way better than I want it to for this task.
So instead, I’m going to share this layout I made last night. It uses the Scrapbookbytes.com August #1 sketch. I really like how it turned out. I’m rather jealous of the beautiful scenery from my parent’s Canadian Rocky trip. One day, I too will visit the Canadian Rockies. Of course, not anytime soon.
The journaling reads: We ascended the summit of The Whistlers, a mountain named for the whistling sound made by the Hoary Marmot, via the Jasper Tramway. Jasper Tramway is the highest and longest guided aerial tramway in Canada. It took only seven minutes to get to the Upper Station where we could overlook the scenic mountain town of Jasper and the lakes we visited that morning.
Digikits Used: Connie Prince – Just Imagine
Fonts Used: Catherine’s College Days
Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day.