On our recent vaction, hubby and I got back to our historical marker seeking. This time we visited the Clarkson Covered Bridge. It is super long and very cool. We also found a website HERE that has a mapped out tour of Alabama where you can visit 7 in one day - a fun trip for a Fall weekend.
The day before, we visited the Patton Musuem at Ft. Knox, Kentucky and viewed Ft. Knox from as close as they will let you get. They say there is still a ton of gold in Ft. Knox - trillions of dollars worth. We liked the Patton Museum. I don't agree with most of Patton's management style, but do respect that he accomplished much. I was impressed with some of his leadership statements like this one which I totally agree with:
I need a ticket to T-day so I can hang out with the T-day gang over at Elizabeth's Blog so I have a beer I bought strictly for the name and that old truck on it. Happy T-Day friends! Surprizingly, it was a great ale.
I also have some art for Wendy's July **ART*JOURNAL*JOURNEY* challenge of doors and/or arches. My window is a stamp from Rubbernecker, I watercolored and doodled the background, the girl is one of Tim's, and I typed up the words. I also watercolored the image. It was all done fast as the Grandsons were also painting and my counter was getting kind of dangerous and required some special attention due to all the cups of water and different paints we had out. Only a bit of paint made it on their clothes so we quickly threw them in the washer - lol.
Hope you are having a lovely week so far!