Is this to much?
I printed out 48 photos for the month of July to put in my camp journal.
Wayne just chuckled at me.
I print 4 photos on one sheet of 4x6 photo paper. That way I can journal and add a photo to go along with it.
We are at the cottage and here is my set up.
Not only am I working on my cottage journal, I am also trying to put all our digital photos in folders and organize them. And believe me they are a mess.
Hubby has them on his external hard drive and they are not in any order. So I am trying to put them in order by day, then in month and lastly they will all be in each year. So far I have 2005 complete. But I still have all the years before that and after that to do....but I needed to start somewhere.
Some photos I have no idea when they were taken :(
Onto My Day:
Wayne and I came up to camp Friday night after he came home from work.
It was pretty chilly in the camp, so we have had a slow fire going since we got here.
We were (or I was) hoping to drive the quad's to his brother's camp. But sadly it rained most of the day. As much as I love to drive the quad, and I don't mind getting dirty, I do like to keep dry doing it ;)
I worked on my camp journal, but for some reason it took me awhile to get started.
I was told I haven't mentioned Wayne lately, so I thought I would share what he has been doing.
Wayne built stronger supports for the dock, so if we get the bad rains like we got in the beginning of the year, everything will be nice and sturdy...not that we had any trouble when we did get the rains.
He is planning on building an extension to our garage out here next year. So he has been working to build up the ground and to level it. Nice thing is, his dad has a little loader so its easier to transfer the crusher fines. He does have to hand shovel as well. Wayne and his dad were doing that in the rain.....crazy men, lol.
One difference in Wayne and I.
He is one at preparing. 1/2 the projects he does at camp are in preparation for next year. Or to make it easier for us when we get to old to do things around here.
Me on the other hand. I'll do it when it needs to get done...or a bit later, lol.
I call him my boy scout (even though he has never been one), he is always prepared.
His dad is the same way.
Hope you all have a creative Saturday :)