a brief honeymoon

saturday i married my favorite person in the whole world, and our wedding was everything i hoped it would be: a relaxing day outside, surrounded by our closest family and friends.  that’s exactly what it turned out to be, and it was perfect.  and Rach. she was so wonderful – calm, happy, simply radiant in her dress. while i’m dying to tell you all about it, i’m saving all the details for a future post when i can share pictures of the day taken by our wonderful photographer Mae.  for now, just know you’re in for a treat.

monday, we packed up the trusty subaru and made our way south to Kohler-Andre State Park.  we didn’t have the time or money for some extravagant honeymoon, but wanted to get out of town for a few days to spend time together.  our plan was to set up our campsite and spend the next day and a half hiking, sunbathing, sitting by the campfire, and reliving our wedding day.  we ended up doing just that and more, and were so pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the park was.  as always, the time passed was too fast, and wednesday afternoon we packed our things and made for home. while these past five days have been some of my favorite yet, i look forward to what the future holds.

i’m excited at the thought of a future shared with someone who means so much, and who brings me so much joy. i hope you enjoy the following pictures and can some day make it to Kohler-Andre for yourself.  and a brief disclaimer before i let you go – everything you see in this post was made with our phones and my trusty Canon point and miss, so take them for what they are.

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