Our little One

The day we adopted him last tiny!

We adopted him from the Animal Defense Leauge here in SA, he was homeless and someone turned him in.

His lookout from the parlor room window.


Our feast, eating on our new dishes for the first time. I am posting this one for you mom, you know why ;)


Honeymoon in Whistler

Adrianne with the Inukshuk statue. It is a symbol with deep roots in the Inuit culture that signifies safety, hope and friendship. These are the reasons it was chosen as the symbol for the 2010 olympics hosted in Vancouver and Whistler.

Snowshoeing to the frozen waterfall..we were the only two on the trail and had a picnic, so romantic.

The view above the clouds on Blackcomb.

Riding the Gondola to the top top top....


A lovely Harvest

Tending to the garden..we have expanded since this pic was taken...Simba is watching from the window as always :) ,/P>

Our garden after we abandoned it while on the wedding and honeymoon! It doubled in size...

Our garden just weeks after first planting... Garlic, onions, spinach, broccoli, brussel sprouts, tomatoes, and many many spices and herbs.


Equinox Nuptials

The wedding was AMAZING! Thank you to everyone who traveled near and far to be by our side supporting us on our special day. Adam and I are still eargly awaiting news from our photographer that the pictures are ready. She is an art student at the local college and that was her sister who was with her assisting. We can't wait to see the results! We are lucky to have friends who took some great shots, and will post some here to get us by till then....enjoy!
The honeymoon was the perfect balance of relaxation and activity. I learned to ski (and loved it!!) and in turn, made Adam extrememly happy :) We spent time snowshoeing, skiing, and just enjoying Whistler village. We will post those pictures soon.
We are thankful to our friends and family for their love and support. We miss you all already but are thankful to be home again, in the sunshine!