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    Well we survived Halloween in Salem What a madhouse !
    My new bride had the time of her life though and that is what it is all about Took some awesome tours and absorbed a lot of history while we were there also
    We took almost 300 pictures between us. Add the 150 or so from the wedding and we have got a lot of editing and sorting to do
    Here's a few from the wedding

    ceremony.JPG ceremony2.JPG the kiss.JPG
    bride and groom.JPG

    Yes I made the book the minister is holding. My dad and her sister were best man and maid of honour. It is the only day I will actually get to be the king

    It was fun but I am glad to be home ! I'm itchin to make some sawdust !
    DW788 and Hawk 226

    " Please let me grow to be the man my dog thinks I am "

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