Hi everyone. Happy middle of the week!
I'm back today with another vintage page for Wendy's challenge at Art Journal Journey.
When I was a kid, I didn't travel much. My family took vacations in neighboring states, and my grandmother took me to Washington DC when I was 14. We didn't have the money to do big trips since at that point, airfares were expensive, and my Dad, who had been in Asia during the second world war, liked to talk about travel more than he liked to actually go places.
I don't think we were really unique however. I didn't know many people who went to far away places other than maybe to Florida, and I had one friend who's sister live in Los Angeles so one summer I took care of her cat while the family drove across country. (I must admit, I would rather have taken a cross country trip than babysit Fu-Fu her cat. Smile.)
How did we learn about the world? We read National Geographic.