This layout is a lift of Hillary page for the Saturday Scraplift Challenge.


Journaling: Uncle Paul was a member of the Tennessee Highway Patrol for several years beginning in the early 1930’s. Highway Patrol officers would travel by Harley Davidson motorcycles across the state. Before radio communication became reliable, flags were used to alert motorcycle officers. Telephone messages were left at local stores, restaurants, etc. If there was a message for an officer, a flag was placed outside the front of the store or restaurant. The officer would see the flag and know he had to stop and get the message. Uncle Paul worked much of the time trying to get the moonshine under control in the eastern part of the state. He talked once about raiding a still and smashing it and the mash barrels and finding a dead hog inside one of the whisky kegs! Ernie’s Uncle Ernest and Uncle Paul were officers at the same time and knew one another.


All products are from Designer Digitals:
Barely There Alpha Brush, Curled Note Paper (recolored), Graphic Pop Frames brushes, Catch a Rainbow Paper Pack (red stripe) & Flat Jacks Frolic Kit (brad) –all by Katie Pertiet
Paper Cuts No. 4 {Fall} – Leora Sanford
Wild Child Paper Pack – Dana Zarling
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