Saturday, May 1, 2010

Peru Scrapbook Pages

Here are some old digital scrapbook pages that I have done.

My husband's step father would always want to show us thousands of slides of their trips every time we would go up in the summer to visit them, and I swore I would never do that to my children.  However I couldn't resist making a couple of pages of this Peru trip for my 2007 Family Scrapbook.

For some reason, visiting Machu Pichu was always on my "bucket list" though I had no idea I would ever get to go. (Goes to show - you never know what life will hold for you :)  It was a rugged trip for two old people, and I almost killed my husband with it (he developed a huge blood clot in his leg shortly after that trip). However, I think both of us would do it again.


  1. Sounds like a neat trip! Mmmm...I don't have a bucket list LOL! I suppose that's something I should give some thought to.

    I enjoyed the photos!


  2. I'm going to make a bucket list! I didn't see the movie, but it's what I think it is. Right?
    And Lover's Park looks pretty serious.

  3. Thanks so much for the comments.

    I have to admit that my 12 year old grandson looked at the Lover's Park photo and he said, "Grandma, I know what they are doing!" I quickly explained to him that they were "kissing". After all, they are dressed! :)

  4. Now this type of scrap booking has really caught my attention. Good job Pat.

  5. Thanks, Annie, for your kind comment and for reading my blog! I really enjoyed your cat story today.


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