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BC: Seattle | Key West | 2009

1: Never trade the thrills of living for the security of existence. ...unknown

4: Atlanta | Life is either a daring adventure or nothing . ...Helen Keller

6: Florida

8: Alligator Alley

9: Maybe humans are just the pet alligators that God flushed down the toilet. ...Chuck Palahniuk

12: If the countryside seems boring, stop, get off your bike, and go sit in the ditch long enough to appreciate what was here before the asphalt came. ...unknown

14: Key West

15: The journey, not the arrival, matters. .....T. S. Eliot

23: Saddlebags can never hold everything you want, but they CAN hold everything you need. ...unknown

28: Are you ready? Your new journey begins here, as we are gathered together today to join in matrimony Eric and Lori who have traveled a great distance to make the dream of becoming husband and wife into a reality. In this day and time there are so many who give up on this dream, allowing everyday obstacles to intrude on finding their real happiness, compassion, and devotion. You have both shown great courage in your journey, drawing it from each other, and now you are willing to show all the love you have for each other by standing together and promising it forever. The exchanging of vows is a commitment, a commitment to make a life of love together, sharing the uncertainties of the future and trusting that your love remains constant through it all. Do you Eric, take Lori, to be your wife, to live together in matrimony, to love, honor, comfort and protect her, keep her in sickness and health, forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live? Do you Lori, take Eric, to be your husband, to live together in matrimony, to love, honor, comfort and protect him, keep him in sickness and health, forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live? It has been said by some that the ring is a sign of ownership, but for others it is a symbol that has no beginning and no end. The metal used is a symbol of beauty, and of something so precious it may never be removed or replaced. These rings however may not be joined by themselves, for this union to be accomplished the rings must be placed upon your fingers with a vow of love. “With this ring, I thee wed, as a symbol of strength, enduring love and trust. I vow to encircle you with my love and honor for as long as we both shall live. With this ring I give you my heart.” As the two of you come into this marriage, uniting you as husband and wife ,and as you this day affirm your faith and love for one another, I would ask that you always remember to cherish each other as special and unique individuals, that you respect the thoughts, the ideas, and suggestions of one another. Be able to forgive, do not hold grudges and live each day that you may share it together, as from this day forward you shall be each others home, comfort and refuge, your marriage will be strengthened by your love and respect for one another. To make your relationship work, it will take love. This is the core of your marriage and what has brought you here together today. It will take trust to know in your hearts that you truly want the best for each other. It will take faith to go forward together without knowing exactly what the future brings. It will take dedication to stay open to one another and to learn and grow together. It will take commitment to hold true to the journey you both pledge today to share together. In as much as the two of you have consented to live together in marriage, have pledged your faith and declared your love, by the exchanging of these vows, the joining of your hands and the giving of these rings, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Great State of Florida, I am proud to pronounce you are husband and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Kroeger

30: April 30, 2009 | Getting married is a lot like getting into a tub of hot water. After you get used to it, it ain't so hot. ...Minnie Pearl

36: Everglades National Park

38: All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. ...Walt Disney

44: Florida Caverns State Park

45: Florida Caverns Haiku Bugs buzz bite sting swarm Land to float in soup they do All bugs they must die

46: Alabama Mississippi Louisiana

47: Always back your bike into the curb, and sit where you can see it. ....unknown

48: Texas

49: Pie and coffee are as important as petrol. ...unknown

52: New Mexico

55: People don't take trips . . . trips take people. ...John Steinbeck

58: Carlsbad Caverns

62: Arizona | 2009


65: CRATER | Meteor Crater Haiku This place it does suck. Is space junk owned by a schmuck. No fun did we have.

66: If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. ...Napoleon Bonaparte

68: 6000 feet

69: 18 miles | 5 million years old

70: Utah

71: A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it ...John Steinbeck

72: Idaho

74: Craters of the Moon

77: And in the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years. ...Abraham Lincoln

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