A few years ago, my husband went on a camping trip with some friends and discovered Lake Raystown. It's a huge lake created by the Army Corps of Engineers and there is no development permitted anywhere around the lake. He fell in love with the area and so we began a fall tradition of waiting until a warm October day and driving up after Saturday morning soccer to spend the weeking hiking, fishing, boating and exploring.
Sadly, beginning last year we now have soccer on both Saturday and Sundays in October so we've had to skip our spontaneous Indian Summer getaway. I hope that in a few years though, we'll be able to continue the tradition.
I used my Slice to create the tree trunks which I then stamped using a woodgrain stamp - a trick I've been dying to try ever since a retreat I went to last fall. I used chipboard buttons from Jenni Bowlin to complete my fall "trees." Somehow, I managed to bend and tear this layout while I was working on it, perhaps because of the frustration I had trying to get the Slice to work on the new magnetic mat. Sometimes scrapbooking can be a full contact sport!