I was browsing my old favorites for inspiration and came across Rebecca's Bonded layout. I loved it and decided to do another lift since my design mojo seems to be missing.
This is one of my vacation pictures from this past summer of one of the roads we drove on in Ireland. Yes, that narrow thing is a two-lane road and was pretty much what we drove on the entire trip. I'm sure my rental car has permanent indentiions in the steering wheel from me gripping it so hard! That being said, by day 3 I was driving just as crazy and as fast as my Irish brethren; it definitely got the adrenaline going! The journaling reads: Irish roads are a test of courage, lunacy and sheer luck. What should be a one-lane road is instead a major two-lane highway, full of twists and turns. Shoulders and guardrails are practically unheard of. Instead, walls of rock or sheer drop-offs hug the edges and dare you to admire anything but the asphalt immediately in front of you. Buses and large trucks that do not fit inside their lane can frequently be found hurdling around the corner towards you. And the speed limit for these roads? 100 km per hour (or faster). The Irish seem to look upon the speed limit as more of a suggestion as to the slowest speed a driver should maintain for ANY reason. A change or two of underwear is highly recommended!