When travelling in a hire car in a foreign country, do you have trouble deciding who is the boss? Is it the navigator or the driver? You know what I’m saying here, don’t you? After several trips I have figured out the answer – the GPS Girl is the boss! I just tell her where we want to end up and she bosses Mike endlessly throughout the drive. “Perform a U-turn when safe to do so”; “Make a left hand turn in 400m”; “Re-calibrating route”. I love her! I have named this GPS girl Sally Seaside because most of this trip will be on the coast. I know we are going to have a fab time together and at the end of each day’s travel, Mike and I will still be friends. Our travel buddy bear is fascinated by Sally Seaside too!
This page is created using the Wanderful Workshop on the Go Kit (G1088) and Compliments stickers (X7191C). I especially love the stamps in this kit. I would actually buy the kit just for the 2 stamps featured in the lower right corner. The little journal page stamp and the travel log stamp are invaluable when making travel albums.
The ‘This way, That way’ sentiments worked perfectly for the theme of this page.
I just love the Black Arrows Washi Tape (Z2003) and added it on the side of the page then finished off with a Triangle Border punch (Z1997) along the edge of the cardstock. Teal shimmer trim (Z1918) behind the border made it stand out.
Remember to scrapbook some of the ‘inconsequential stuff’ like hire cars – the stories you tell for years to come often involve these things more than the views you saw.