I hope you’re all having a great long weekend. Last weekend we were out of town celebrating my best friend Elena’s wedding. It was such a wonderful celebratio. Elena was there when I met Patrick and it was at my bachelorette party that Elena met her new husband. It all came full circle last Sunday.
I wish I had more pictures but I didn’t have my camera on me. I have to say another reason I didn’t take many was because the photographer was so great. I have to give a shout out to Aubree Lynn Photography. She and her assistant had every moment captured, I can’t wait to see all the pictures! If any of you are looking for a photographer in the greater San Diego area, check Aubree out!
And back to the weekend, Friday night I went to a crossfit workout and came home to Patrick playing Rock Band. It was a fun night.
We had biscuits earlier in the week for dinner so egg and cheese biscuits were breakfast this whole weekend, my favorite!
Sunday we took a little trip to Kennedy Mine in Jackson for a tour. Kennedy Mine was the deepest gold mine in the U.S. until it closed in 1942 because of the war. It was so interesting learning about the history of the mine and how the gold was mined. Ever since we moved, I’ve been wanting to check out the little tourist attractions in our little town and this was first on the list.
The main shaft of the mine is over a mile deep with hundreds of miles of tunnels within it.
This was the mine’s offices and had a beautiful view of Jackson Valley. Also, the flag has 31 stars commemorating California becoming the 31st state, which funny enoug happened two years after gold was discover in California.
We’re off to enjoy the last day of the long weekend, I hope you all have a great one!