The Sierra Club will be leading a hike along the John Muir Trail, Yosemite National Park, California from September 21-25, 2009 that includes a scrapbooking component. Part of the trip involves journaling along the way and creating a scrapbook of the experience.
According to the information on the site,
“the trip is designed for creative hikers interested in translating their nature experience into a book or journal form. With the insightful encouragement of our journal instructor, we will have time to write, draw or collage our way through the northern-most peaks. Early evenings as a group, we can show and share our journals in a non-threatening environment around the dining area. For this trip participating in the journaling process is expected, as well as novice backpacking experience.”
The trip will be lead by Tony Bellaver, and the journaling instructor is Mary V. Marsh. For more information and to sign up please visit the Sierra Club website.
- Freebie | Online Visual Journaling Workshops
- Tutorial | Garden Planner from Punk Projects
- New Scrapbooking Kit Club
- Article | 15 Reasons to Keep a Visual Journal
- Direct from CHA