handmade wedding, you might recognize our wooden wedding cake toppers that Patricio painted in our likeness.
And if you read Part 1: Road Trips & Travel Tips, then you'll know that we took a road trip across western Canada for two and a half weeks earlier this summer.
I had two special plans in mind for our trip. The first was to bury one of our wedding pins in a film canister at every province line (and ask our friends to geocache for it), but often by the time we realized we had passed a "Welcome to..." sign, we realized how inconvenient it would be to get off the high way and turn around for one exit just to bury something at 3 o' clock in the morning.
Our second idea revolved around the fact that a number of our friends, who were claimed by the western provinces, were unable to make it to our wedding in August 2010. I decided to bring these small pieces of our wedding with us (safely wrapped in a pair of socks) to capture a missed moment from nearly two years ago that we wish we could have shared with those friends.
|Rebekah. Reunited after 2.5 years. Kensington, downtown Calgary, AB.|
|My cousin Jordan and husband Daniel. Reunited after 3+ years. Playhouse, in their backyard, Calgary, AB.|
|Viviana and her husband Jon. Reunited after 6+ years (there were tears). Prince's Island Park, Calgary, AB.|
|Vanessa. Reunited after 6+ years. Granville Island Toy Store, Vancouver, B.C.|
|Joseph. Sea Village, Vancouver, B.C.|
|Matthew. White Rock Beach, White Rock, B.C.|
|Steven. White Rock Beach, White Rock, B.C.|