Journaling: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was originally built by salmon fishermen, possibly beginning hundreds of years ago, to provide access to a small offshore island, where salmon were netted on their way to spawn. Today the salmon are mostly gone, and the bridge is a major tourist attraction. I enjoyed the mile-long hike out to the bridge and the excitement of crossing it, but the real thrill was finding myself in the middle of a huge seabird colony. Thousands and thousands of Kittiwakes, Fulmars, Guillemots, and Razorbills occupied every available space on the cliffs. It was one of the most amazing birding experiences I have ever had!


Font: Aliís Handwriting


Everything by Katie Pertiet at DD


Create a Book Classic Collection
Drop Shadow Styles Collection
Super Size Stamped Alpha Brushes and Stamps


Brown Neutral paper from
Letter Box Traveler Kit
blended with Green Solid paper from
Meadow Ridge Kit