Sunday, July 29, 2012

Ice Caves

I'm finally back to the land of scrapping. My new best friend is Mountain Dew....since I've been working a lot. This is my last week of out of state business trips, so I am looking forward to having more time back at night.

This past winter I went out to the Eben Ice Caves for a little winter fun. Eben is a little town in the middle of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The last 15 minutes of the drive is pretty much tire tracks in the snow, up and down through multiple hills.

Its a 1.5 mile hike from the side of the road where you park, to the caves. The caves are really in the middle of no where, but they are really fun to visit. I wear snow shoes, because it makes the hike so much easier. Snowshoes these days are small, and have multiple metal spikes. The spikes help you keep up right on ice.

This page was from the drive out and the hike in and out through the woods.

The paper collection is from Little Yellow Bicycle's Winter Twig paper line. I love how the colors pull from my photos. My favorite picture is the picture on the left from the drive out. You can see how bad of a drive it can be.

On Wednesday I will post the rest of the pictures from the caves!


  1. Very pretty! Your paper choices compliment your photos beautifully!

  2. Such pretty photos and papers!
    Great winter page! :)