Friday, February 28, 2014

Photoshop Friday

We've been busy trying to pack it all in before we leave the park on Monday.

Today we dropped the bikes off for their 30 day check up at The Bike Route in Fort Myers.  If you need a bike or any service, gives these guys a visit....they are super.

On the way home we stopped off at The Brunch Place for brunch and once home got busy.

Preparing to leave is always a frenzied activity.  He went up on the roof to clean off pine needles and see what needed to be done.

I gutted out the car, vacuumed it and then starting packing up the tables, chairs, floor mats and anything we don't need for the next couple of days.

I emptied out the drawers under the bench seats since those will be leaving us in the near future and organized stuff under the bed and in the bays.

When he took off to pick the bikes back up, the cats and I took a nice long cat nap.

I believe I only received one entry from Andrea for the Photoshop Friday - if I missed any, I will post them tomorrow.

This was our starting image:


This is Andrea's rendition:


This is what I did with it:



Next Friday's project will be:


Long Live the Queen 

4 comments:

  1. good luck 'decamping'. so where are you heading next?

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  2. Cormorant Drivers ... not seeing much speed here :) Such fun, I think Edna is working on one so you may have it by tomorrow. Good luck on your move ... you are headed where? Love the bike picture ... my head is spinning already Woo Hoo. Have a restful night before your departure ... Queen of Frenzied Activity.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  3. These PSF's are great! I think it is interesting that none of us changed the background much, but we each had a different idea. I did send you mine last evening. This photo with the bike is very interesting. Hmmmm, I'll have to think on it a while. Where are you off to next? I hope your next camp is nice too. You've done well finding such nice places to set up camp. It's time for me to make our lunch. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

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