This summer, I went with Colleen Baxter, Brenda Abdoyan and Viva Décor to Portland, Oregon for a trade show. The place is beautiful, the food fabulous and the company perfect. Larry went with me and after the show, we stayed an extra few days on the west coast. We had been to the Pike Street Market on my birthday in 2005. We both knew we had to make the drive up to Seattle again, because it is one of our favorite cities. Of course, Pike Street did not disappoint. I was so glad to have a digital camera so I didn’t have to worry about running out of film. I took more than 15 shots within one 5′ x 5′ area, so with the size of this place, you can only imagine the number of photos I came back with. The last time we went, I made at least ten traditional scrapbook pages, just about the different elements of this amazing market. It took a long time, and I kept having to run to the computer and printer to add just one more tag or pic or headline. This time, I settled for one page and used Duetica Lettering Arts Studio software, the DT Tin Whistle font library and their new Summer kit, to make a digital page which was complete in about half an hour.