Yearly Archives: 2013

Katie & David |Pennsylvania Sustainable Farm Wedding Photography

A few weeks ago, I had the absolute honor and privilege to assist my dear friend Shannon Mills Photography at one of the most amazing weddings I have ever experienced. At the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, I felt like I had stepped back in time to the bygone days of barn raisings and pioneer era weddings… you…

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  • […] A wedding planned around the values of community, simplicity and sustainability.  […]ReplyCancel

  • […] Katie and David’s wedding was something right out of the “good old days,” where friends and family don’t just attend a wedding, they throw a wedding together. Friends and family made homemade soups, displayed in gorgeous silver serving containers (looked like something from a high end catering company). They ordered local, homemade bread, cheeses and wines. And even made their own Kombuca for the wedding guests!  For those of you thinking that potluck style food at a wedding is too casual or not fancy enough, take a look at the spread Katie and David (and all their friends and family) put on! […]ReplyCancel

Tales From The Road 3.0 – Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

Let me preface this part by saying loud and clear: ONE WEEK IS WAAAAAY TOO SHORT A TIME TO VISIT THESE PARKS AND ACTUALLY DO THEM JUSTICE…. for the normal family. But we aren’t your average traveling family. We do insta-trips. We have done these since our days living in Germany with and without a…

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The Scenic Cache La Poudre Canyon Drive

This was an unexpected highlight of my time in Ft. Collins. I did a little research and we decided to we go moose hunting (with my camera) along the Cache la Poudre River Canyon. According to http://www.visitftcollins.com, “The Poudre (pronounced poo-der) is Colorado’s only nationally designated “Wild & Scenic” River.  Colorado Highway 14, which follows much of the…

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Tales From The Road 2.0 – Ft. Collins and Estes Park, Colorado

It felt so good to roll into mom’s garage and walk into her place after a week on the road. My mom’s houses are always places of peace and rest and relaxation. This one was no exception. Although it was tight with all of us in a two bedroom condo, mom was incredibly hospitable and…

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Tales From The Road 1.0

Well the first leg of the journey is complete. BOOM. We did it. We survived. And we still love each other. I would say that means it was a success! Just call us the Hudson Roadies. 🙂   Here is a cliff notes version of the trip thus far: Day 1 – Maryland to Ohio great day…

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