A Tale of Two Villages
My family went on a little road trip last weekend. I found some cute stickers which I will incorporate into my scrapbooking and help out a high school student. Win win!
The stage in the park at Cazenovia Lake.
The bronze statue of John Lincklaen wearing a scarf. In the summer and fall, I have visited him and looked at his plans for laying out the land which became the Village of Cazenovia. I also make sure he's cobweb and bug free. I really like hanging out with him. He's a real peaceful guy. Doesn't talk much.The snow covered walkway which has benches. To the left and right of this walkway is the swimming area in the lake. Yup, the lake was frozen solid. I wouldn't walk on it, but it was pretty icy. Look at that snow off in the distance!
Those are the docks for the Brewster Inn. During the summer, they offer a boat tour of the lake. It was pretty interesting hearing about the history of the area.
These stickers are from a wonderful shop called 20/East. It is owned by the lovely McKenzie. Her son is selling these as a fundraiser. They're about 2 inches tall and perfect for scrapbooking! We spent a great deal of time in our state parks last summer and have a ton of photos to scrapbook. These will be well used.The bear explore sticker.
Roam the wild sticker.
Note: I am not compensated for these products in anyway from the manufacturer. I purchased them and am sharing my opinion on the products.