Here is little Trent Litchy, doing his ape impression while we were at the Henry Vilas Zoo in downtown Madison.
I guess I lied. Here is a pic that Heather and I took of each other right after we got back from the wedding meal.
Here is a shot of my X0-1 with my new Reynolds carbon fork and longer, lower-rise stem. PIMPY!
Unfortunately, we lost a member of our family on our wedding day. I fed Cat Stevens, our little goldfish, right before we left for the ceremony. We came home to find him no longer with us. We held a burial at sea funeral for him. Many tears were shed, but we have since moved on and purchased a replacement for him. He is also a goldfish, but he is orange and white instead of all orange. His name is Gordon Lightfoot. We welcome him to the family!
Vontoux hadn't been to the dog park in nearly a week. So needless to say, he was quite excited to go when we went earlier today. He is wearing his stylish white wedding bandanna. One of the dog parks near us has a little marsh for the dogs to swim in. Here is Vontoux swimming with one of his friends.
He's so freakin cute, even when soaking wet.
Speaking of freakin cute, here is Heather
Josef Abraham. We went on a nice little bike ride all over town earlier this evening (once the humidity went down to a decent level).
Here's the groom.
Here is Heather and I at the Wildlife Refuge right outside of town. There are some little hiking paths there that could be turned into biking trails with a little bit of work. They probably wouldn't like that though...