Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Frosty Fort

There was just enough snow on Sunday to make for pretty scenic pictures.  Bob took the last of his "Days of Choice" and took this day off.  We drove to nearby Fairmont, West Virginia to the Pricketts Fort State Park.

Prickett's Fort was constructed in 1774 and the Job Prickett House in 1859.  Colonel Jackquill Morgan, the first West Virginia settler and Morgantown founder, is buried here.


8 comments:

Heather McMahon said...

So weird seeing your snow pictures while we're basking in the heat!
Love this layout!
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

Micupoftea~ said...

Enjoying a White Christmas, I see! Make a snowball for me. We have sun and swaying palms here. Wishing you much joy in 2013, Cindy.
Hugs
Shawn
p.s. love how many pics you used on this page

Tracey Sabella said...

Such a beautiful frosty page!! Love the mixed media in your background!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

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scrapbookertink said...

Loving your pics and cool layout, love snow x

KellyCreates said...

I'm so impressed that you and Bob venture out into the snowy landscape for trips and photographs! Brrrr...I usually stay indoors. We have an amazing fort here in my city called Fort Edmonton. It's a very elaborate and well-organized venue that completely replicates settler and native Canadian life back in the 1800's. Love your layout! The frosty stencil work at the top looks awesome! Happy New Year to you and Bob, Cindy!

Adriana - DRIARTE said...

Beautiful Layout and a Happy New Year!!!

Sharon Fritchey said...

Such cool and wonderful photos from yours and Bob's adventure in the snow! I love your layout - beautifully designed!

MARILYN said...

Love these snow pictures and the lovely page!!! love the mix media!!
hugs!!