The walk over the bridge.
The area where the wedding ceremony will be performed.
The shuffleboard court is right in front of the chairs and tables, so we didn’t get to "shuffle" today.
The bridesmaids and one of the parents ready go over the bridge.
The arrival of the bride and her dad (the owner of the park). Nice car!
Bride walking down the path toward the bridge with a couple gals helping with her train. Bride and dad.
I took 71 pictures, which I put on a CD for the bride and groom. I thought they'd like some photos from a different perspective.
Just as the wedding was taking place, someone just down from us hit a water line with their golf cart. I wouldn’t even mention it, but it knocked out the water in the whole park. If you look to the left (click on the picture to make it larger) you can see the water bubbling up. When it was first hit the water went straight up in the air.
Earlier today I did a Google Map route of our planned summer travels. If all goes well we’ll travel 4830 miles by October 15, which is the date of a friend's wedding we’re going to in Indiana. It’s just as fun planning as it is going (almost).
The weather was fine, but there were a few sprinkles as everyone was standing for the bride. Isn’t it supposed to be good luck to have a rainbow on your wedding day?
It was a wonderful day in paradise for a wedding. I’m glad we could see it, even if we weren't invited.