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Carrie+Britton

Lakebay, Washington.

From the groom:
“It was the most beautiful day on Silverbow farm that anyone could remember. All the old timers said so. Like a film from the forties. The light was perfect. My grandparents were married there sixty years earlier in January. Snow locked in the farm house. We did it on the road. Simple and significant. Apple trees and a jug band. Our best friends and family gathered, bearing witness to our lives, changing.