National Park Week now brings us Throwback Thursday!
History and memories are made each day at the national parks. Take a moment to reflect on one of your own favorite national park memories today!
Enjoy a photo of my own Throwback Thursday of the national parks of a pretty special day in my life and then again 15 years later:
Happy National Park Week!
At the end of July, our family journeyed to the Grand Teton National Park to celebrate our 15th anniversary where we got married!
We loved seeing this special national park again and also sharing it with our two kids.
Steve and I got married in the Chapel of Transfiguration in the national park. This rustic chapel was constructed in 1925. We love this little, lodgepole pine chapel with that amazing window framing the Teton Range!
Enjoy some photos of our visit to the chapel. ❤️
Definitely stop by this beautiful and historic chapel if you’re in the Grand Teton National Park!
P.S. More vacation posts coming!
Guess where we just celebrated our anniversary and took the kids on vacation?
More coming soon!
15 years ago today, we said “I do” in the Grand Teton National Park!
Happy anniversary to my amazing man!
15 years ago in 2004, a few big things happened!
Greece hosted the summer Olympics.
Hurricane Charley hit Florida, Cuba, and Jamaica.
The Boston Red Sox won the World Series for the first time since 1918.
President Bush beat John Kerry for a second term.
Facebook is launched.
Martha Stewart gets convicted of a felony and sentenced to 5 months.
A 9.3 earthquake hit the Indian Ocean causing a tsunami that kills around 200,000 people in South Asia and Africa.
Disney released the movie, The Incredibles.
The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog! is published by Mo Willems.
Ireland became the first country to ban smoking in all workplaces including bars and restaurants.
I got married to an amazing guy in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
July 24, 2004