Archive | March, 2019

Boats on the Lake

While at a birthday party for the doggies of my friends at William R. Mason Regional Park in Irvine yesterday, I became fascinated watching remote controlled boats on the lake there. A small group of men seemed to have boat sailing as their hobby by the looks of all their paraphernalia and the intent way […]

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Stranded?

This view was taken from top of the cliffs at Corona Del Mar and seems to show someone stranded on top of the craggy rock in the distance. I wished I’d brought my zoom lens to confirm, but from the looks of it, the person might have gotten quite wet when returning to shore. The […]

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Junk Journals Photo Shoot

I thought I’d do a “photo shoot” of all the Junk Journals I’ve made to date. I tell you, though, those journals weren’t very cooperative, shoving and pushing, knocking each other over, causing so much frustration I nearly gave up. Trying one last time, I finally got very strict and was able to get this […]

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Writing on the Beach

The results of some very industrious people, on the beach at Corona Del Mar. ~SueBee

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A Few Junk Journal Tags I Made Today

I’ve been thoroughly engrossed in making Junk Journals. My sister-in-law is to blame, actually, for getting me started on this hobby. I’ve always done lots of sewing, but never worked with paper, or stamping, or scrapbooking, etc. I must admit I’ve been having so much fun making these journals, using junk mail, photographs, other papers, […]

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Through the Garden Gate Junk Journal

For this journal, I envisioned bright, cheerful colors and a real sense of being in the garden. My friend, Emma, works at an adorable gift boutique called Through the Garden Gate, so I adopted the name for my Junk Journal, and made a garden gate for the first page. Even before starting the book, I […]

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On the Peninsula

Recently, taking advantage of a wonderful break from the storms we’ve had, I drove to Balboa Island and rode the ferry to the Balboa Peninsula. I wandered a few blocks and reached the sand. A really large berm had been built up by whichever government department is in charge of such things. I’m sure the […]

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View from the Balboa Island Ferry

While taking a brief visit to the coast yesterday, I decided on riding the little car ferry from Balboa Island over to the peninsula. The ferry fits 3 cars. I chose to park mine in a nearby neighborhood, though so I could walk onto the ferry. I figured it’s good exercise, just $1 each way, […]

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Daisies Framing the Pacific

These cheerful flowers are on a very steep hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Corona Del Mar. We’ve had so many storms lately that I chose the few hours without rain to get out and walk near the beach. Many others had the same idea! ~SueBee

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