I flew out to California to go camping and attend a wedding at the same time.
The wedding was pretty unique - it took place at the Selby Campground on Carrizo Plain about an hour west of Bakersfield.
We camped out the day before and the day of the wedding, and both the ceremony and the reception were held outside. And if that weren't unusual enough, here's a shot of what they served for dinner:
Yep, they slaughtered, cleaned and cooked their own main course. Crazy. But pretty cool at the same time.
Before leaving California, we stopped at an ice cream parlour as a large group and had some fun:
The bride and groom were getting married, changing jobs and moving all at the same time. As a result, their cars and possessions needed to be moved from California to Colorado while they were on their honeymoon. I wound up helping to drive one of the vehicles over the 18-hour journey. One of the options for Google Latitude is the "history" function. This map shows where I was during the course of this trip:
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By the time we got in to Colorado, we all pretty much crashed. And the next day, I flew back to Midland. Next trip - Washington State!
As usual, more pictures are on my Picasa page.