A Fish, A Bog, and An Elegant Bride

This past weekend, TD&H and I embarked as guests to the first wedding of the summer; one of seven to be exact. Call us crazy, but we decided that our friends getting hitched this summer are just all too important to not attend their wedding. So it goes.

First stop on the Summer Wedding Tour 2014: the beautiful Garden State. We drove up after work on a Friday and chose to avoid the congested highways, opting instead for the gently hilly roads through Harrisburg and Allentown, PA.

The day of the wedding, after a very successful rehearsal dinner the night before in which TD&H had the groom’s family on the edge of their seat for the roast and toast of the night, a few of us decided to go for a hike. Well, it turned out to be more of a walk, but it was in a forest, the type of which I’ve never experienced before. It felt very much of the East Coast. I don’t know what that means, but maybe people not from the East Coast can understand.

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{charting our path}

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{not a trail, so of course we go}

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{kind of obsessed with photographing this bog…}

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{…if you hadn’t noticed}

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{hipster or hippie meadow?}

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20140530-IMG_4661We stumbled upon an old cemetery with some seats and a table. We reminisced and told stories and caught up with friends. We drank wheat beer that tasted more like sour apple jolly ranchers. We tested our knowledge of the bride and groom against one another.

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It was a beautiful weekend, with beautiful weather and a beautiful bride and groom. To a lifetime of love and fulfillment, Holly and Fisher.

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