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iceland, the place where at every turn you’re faced with a new unexplainable & completely incomparable landscape. on our first day after flying into reykjavik, we rented a car and drove east along highway one towards the small town of vik. we posted some photos of the beautiful hike we did on the way here. […]

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while we absolutely love backyard weddings, or weddings held on the family farm in the country or at the family cottage by the lake, we know that’s not going to be an option for everyone. if you don’t have somewhere like this at your fingertips but want a more casual, down-to-earth setting for your wedding […]

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we love summer camps & think they are a brilliant place to have a wedding. usually everyone who is up for it can stay right there on site. you can enjoy a fun relaxed weekend with your guests instead of the rushed half-day of most weddings. there are tons of activities, like canoeing, hiking, swimming, […]

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some unwonted taught pride diverts us from our original intent, which is to explore the neighbourhood, view the landscape, to discover at least where it is that we have been so startlingly set down if we can’t learn why / annie dillard … we went back, to that cute little cabin we discovered a couple […]

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through the gate of the family home, where her parents first put down roots in canada, where kat hung her dress in her childhood bedroom & where her dad teared up when she walked down the stairs. through the door of their first place together in toronto, where will suited up with his family. standing […]

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