Its no miracle, its real snow is right. This sign is conveniently parked outside the ice arena where the “Miracle on Ice” occured, complete with fresh (or not so fresh) zamboni shavings. This first post marks the beginning of a series that I hope will detail our trip and not bore everyone. I may even make a new album in the photo gallery if I’m feeling extra motivated.
Anyway here is the absolute start to our stay there, a 4:30 wake up to try and watch the sun rise. We have a habit of trying to watch the sun rise (and set) on all the vacations we take so this is right up our alley
The cool thing is we came in around 11:00pm the night before and the entire area was pitch black, we could barely even tell there was water out there. You can start to see the scenery above, but it took a little while to really show itself.
We may have fallen back asleep for a few minutes, since waiting for the sun to come up over some mountains takes longer than you’d expect sometimes.
It was at this point where I realized that I want to spend the rest of my life watching the sun rise with Chelsea and got up the nerve to ask her the most important question of my life – I asked her to marry me! She happily said yes and here is a picture of the two of us celebrating our good news full of smiles.
And one final picture of the area before we headed off for the day.
And so the pictures above not only mark the beginning of our day and little vacation, but also signify the official start of our lives together. We are so happy.