Quadrennial
November 14, 2005

Dayna and I have now been dating for an amazing 4 years. This past Friday was our anniversary and it went off without a hitch. After looking at a variety of ideas (Vegas/San Francisco/Harrison) we decided to stay in this year. I cooked a nice dinner, we drank a couple bottles of wine, and finished it off with a chocolate fondu. Saturday we had planned to go to Blackcomb, but the snow that had been promised never materialized.

Here are a few pictures of the two of us in various places over the past 4 years:

Rome
Whistler Getaway
Oregon Coast
Harrison Lake
Mexico
Birthday Cruise
Kelowna
Brazil

Hopefully many more in the coming years!




Comments:

You guys are just a pair of Jet setters, aren't you!

Posted by: Ewan at November 14, 2005 2:26 PM
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sweet, congrats guys.

can i live vicariously through you?

Posted by: speedo at November 15, 2005 3:49 PM
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nothing vicarious these days, unless you consider working/studying..

Posted by: mottie at November 15, 2005 3:58 PM
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congrats, that's a pretty huge milestone!! (1/6th life span of a tom).

Hopefully I'll see you guys at Baker in December, I'm organizing a big trip that comes with mamosas in the morning, private hot tub, and log cabin.

Last time I was at baker (saturday) at least 1/3rd of the cars were from BC. You lucky bastards have half hte drive that we do from seattle.

Posted by: tom at November 16, 2005 11:27 AM
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speaking of living vicariously, boy, days of "roadtrip sluts" - 33,000+ hits and counting - sure seem a distant fantasy (wipes metaphorical tear from eye).

not to worry though, i'm still holding the torch. YOU'RE SO MONEY AND YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW IT. VEGAS BABY!

-the single guy

Posted by: tom at November 16, 2005 11:32 AM
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Congrats mottie and dayna! Hope things just get better. Amanda and I are almost there ourselves.

Posted by: erik at November 18, 2005 3:27 PM
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