The Lincoln Highway is the first coast-to-coast road built in the US. In most of Pennsylvania it's known as Route 30. On our anniversary trip back home, we took the self guided tour through Bedford County Pa. The highway (200 years old this year) has many historic stops along the way.
The Picture Yourself exhibit at the Lincoln Motor Court was our favorite. Leave it to Bob to figure out a way to get us both in the photo. It took a few tries for him to make it to the spot before the shutter went off.
The Polaroid frame strip across the top is digital and was a perfect element for me to add pictures from our other stops: Bison Corral Farm mural, 1806 Old Log Church, Giant Pied Piper Statue at the entrance to a former children's park, 1925 Giant Coffee Pot rescued and moved to the county fairgrounds and Art Deco-Style Gulf Service Station.
I added digital camera stamps to the cardstock, a grungy digital mask and Basic Grey Stickers.