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Here Comes the Bride

Finally, some more pictures of the wedding, including pictures of the most important person of the day, the bride. Well, the groom is an important person too, but everyone knows the bride is really the most important.

We had to park in a field and then they took us up to the wedding site on wagons. I am the person on the right side of the wagon, wearing a blue dress and backpack. Karisa is next to me and we are frantically trying to get Joash's shoes on. His feet grew or his socks were too thick. It took some persuasion to get those shoes on.
We also happened to pick the wagon that broke down. The bearing went out on the back left side and the wheel almost fell off. Thankfully, someone was walking down the road and noticed, so it didn't fall off. But, then we had to walk the rest of the way. Thankfully, some nice guests helped carry all of Joash's stuff.

Joash did a fine job, as I said. Here he is not paying attention as he starts down the aisle. Good thing the wagon puller (Joe) knew what was going on.
 The bride's grand entrance. I love the expression on Tiffany's face. She is so excited!

We're married!
 This one doesn't need an explanation. It is just cute.
 Well, I think that wraps up the wedding from our point of view. The next one is just 11 days away!

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