I decided to scraplift Debbi T because I've always liked her style (although it's hard to replicate) and because of the similarity to the two bridges in our layouts. This layout is a close up and farther off shot off the bridge by my house (which is 3,000 miles away from her bridge!). I also chose this paper because I liked how Arnlag had used a polks-dot background on hers. My evidence is the window and the border punched green (coordinates)strips and the window. For testimony, I documented history and put it behind a window. I also did something new with this LO, which is the burlap flowers, which were given to me at a church event last week. The upper one has a flower I made from the coordinates. The journaling reads "The Salt Lake Bridge was built in 1905 by a predecessor of Santa Fe to allow railroads to come into Riverside, CA. More than a century later, the trains are longer than ever (as you can sort of see in the bottom photo) and the western side is also a city, but some things have not changed." Salt Lake was the name of the railroad before it was Santa Fe, so this is not near Utah. For some reason, maybe because of the dimension of these flowers and the window, I could not get a good shot of this LO.