< previous page enlarge view
view slideshow
320 points (current score) Uploaded: Apr 18, 2009  
Viewed 115 times.  
About this scrapbook page:
We had bombers from as far as 1000 miles away, as well as silver bombers that were too large to fill up at the above lake, so they had to fly further away to a large Reservoir.
Design credits:
scrapbook max background
large photo taken by Darleen G (spelled her name wrong on the page! ARGH!), smaller photo taken by me
Comments for the scrapbook:
KarynM says:
fantastic pages to record this momentous time in your life!
Apr 24, 2009
joanieh says:
Lovely pages
Apr 20, 2009
Tmyers810 says:
Wow how devistating this must have been. I'm so glad no lives were lost..Great job on all these pages:)
Apr 19, 2009
jenmat0 says:
great journaling and pages
Apr 19, 2009
kpoddream says:
a very nice scrapbook.
Apr 19, 2009
Grandma M says:
We in England don't have such devestating fires like this. This is an amazing scrapbook with stunning photos and journalling - Well done Karrie and so glad you're still here to tell the tale xx
Apr 19, 2009
Pelle says:
Fantastic journaling and photos.You have really done a great job with this pages!!
Apr 19, 2009
primrose says:
Beautiful pages.
Apr 19, 2009

Comments for this page: (view all 35 comments)
mystic_mom says:
Luke loved this page, he has a plane like that and his cousin she is a mechanic on them in northern Saskatchewan...amazing photos...I'd love those photos to print for him...
Apr 19, 2009
annamaria323 says:
Wonderful pages!
Apr 19, 2009
   
Pages
Galleries:
This scrapbook appears in the following galleries:
   Nature
Tags:
This scrapbook has the following tags:
Post and Share this page on Blogs and other Websites by copying and pasting this link:
   
 
 
  ©2006-2014, Patent Pending, Aurora Digital Imaging, Ltd. Beta 5.0
The most fun digital scrapbooking site on the Internet. Free digital scrapbooking software, scrapbook templates,
scrapbook embellishments and backgrounds. Beautiful scrapbook prints and photobooks.