Jessica & Gerald — Married August 2nd, 2020
“Redlining” the White Mountain Guide — meaning to hike all
of the trails described in said tome — has offered the valued gift of insight. Insight to the trails, where they go, and what they’re like. This insight led to a wedding
venue suggestion located on the obscure your-GPS-can’t-help-you-now side of the Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson, New Hampshire.
Specifically, there one will find short sixth-tenths of a mile, well graded wheelchair accessible trail leading to a bit of water called Mud Pond. In the final .2 of this trail there is a boardwalk which winds through some pristine wetlands including many mosses and ferns, and cedar and spruce trees. The boardwalk terminates on a deck positioned above the bog. It’s very unique and really quite lovely, and also very refined despite it being nestled in such a wonderfully wild location.
Without further ado, check out these photos from the happy event.
One of those magical days.. must be a wedding day.
The future starts here.
Dress up Mike.
The boardwalk begins.
Isn’t this amazing and cool?
The bride and groom seem to like it.
This must have been a tough build.
This end marks a beginning. But they usually do.
Congratulations you two.
A lovely place.
Just married… a new family begins.
Congratulations Jessica and Gerald. Good luck on the farm, may peace find you there.