Tuesday, July 1, 2008

On the Road with Kiki

Last weekend was Road Trip weekend! Yay, we got out of the house (after taking a second mortgage so we could fill up the gas tank) We went up to Massachusetts for a wedding, the groom was my high school prom date. (I thought about posting a picture to go with that, but then thought better). We stayed in a very bizarre little hotel probably from the 70's. It was clean, but a little quirky.



They had a putting green in the lanai area. I wonder if there was once a pool.


They need some help with the gardens.

We went to visit the Bridge of Flowers. The view was very pretty

I like the view of the Connecticut River.

We also drove around and checked out the local color. There were a few things that I couldn't get HP to slow down long enough to photograph, but I kind of got this one.

It was nice that this blow up doll has cleaned up her act and is trying to make an honest living in the kitchen, but climbing up the signpost everyday is still demeaning.

The wedding was beautiful. There was a nice breeze coming off the river.

The bride seemed cool & collected.


The groom escorted his mother down the aisle.

The brides mother officiated

but her nephew got in on the show.



I cried at the vows.


I think they will be very happy!



I hope they like their present


Tomorrow, the reception!

4 garnishes:

noble pig July 2, 2008 at 1:02 AM  

What a beautiful wedding. That hotal does look a little funky but an adventure nonetheless.

Sarah Louise July 3, 2008 at 10:34 PM  

Ooh, pretty wedding site. Pretty bride. Pretty gift.

vw: pretty long.

David,  July 4, 2008 at 6:02 PM  

aawwww karen how sweet.
david

Anonymous,  December 30, 2008 at 12:32 PM  

Okay, as one who does remember your high school prom date, it was lovely to see that he has gotten married. He hasn't changed...much...and his wedding is just what I'd imagine he would have.

Just call me...Old High School Friend in the Rockies

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