Well hello! I've missed you! With that whole Blogger issue late last week and then my trip this weekend I haven't been here since Wednesday (when I actually posted the post before this.. silly Blogger!)
My friends, Leah and Rob, got married this Saturday up in Lake George, NY. It was beautiful.. the wedding and the location. Here are a few shots I took with my iPhone starting with the drive..
10 minutes after we left Queens, Matt pointed out that there was something wrong with my speedometer. He was apparently going 108 miles per hour. Well, no he wasn't trying to get us arrested, which is what I thought for a split second. My car had magically switched from miles per hour to kilometers per hour! Scary. 108mph would definitely end badly.. especially over the Throgs Neck Brdige which is where we'd just come from.
Leah looked perfect. Her dress was so pretty and she's just adorable all the time anyway! Rob looked great and was of course, his lovable self. So cute. That view above them is from my seat at dinner. They picked such a fantastic location.. right on the lake. Loved it.
Foggy mountains are probably my favorite thing to photograph. Sleepy mountain towns below foggy mountains? Even better! I think I love Lake George. Unfortunately this fog meant that Matt and I (and all the other wedding travelers) would be driving through some miserable rain for the better part of the day. Oh well, we made it!
Matt and I made a few stops on our way home from Lake George. On a normal day the drive would be about 4 hours, but today it was closer to 8! We stopped 3 times though. First we stopped in Saratoga Springs for some brunch. It was delicious- Max London's, if you're ever in Saratoga.
As we continued on our way the GPS randomly directed us to take an exit towards Cohoes, NY which just happens to be where our friend Joe lives! Joe just moved up to Cohoes (basically Albany) a couple of months ago.. he used to live right between Matt and I. We had to stop.. and using my iPhone I somehow remembered where his apartment was. I was hoping we could just show up and surprise him, but we couldn't get in the building so I had to call and blow our cover. Regardless, it was so fun to see Joe and marvel at his amazing apartment with 17ft ceilings. Ah.
From Joe's place we drove another couple of hours and stopped at Matt's parents' house! They also live along the route so it was great to sit down and chat with them for a bit.
I probably took 50 pictures of our hands like this. It took a bunch of tries to get the image in focus and the cheetah nail polish in the shot. Anyway, that's pretty much what the entire car ride looked like.. and that's one reason that I love car rides.