New Zealand by boat and horse!Read More
It's been a lot longer since my last post than I had hoped, but here is a post for anyone who may still be visiting the site. I knew I would have a lot less free time as a married man. I guess I thought I would have more than I do... Obviously it's worth it. My married life is so much more fulfilling than my single life. This isn't a post on adjusting to married life though, it's a post about those first few wonderful days together at the start of our new adventure.
I hadn't given much thought to where I would like to honeymoon with Capri. I actually had a list of all the places I didn't want to go and all the things I didn't want to do. You know, all the things most people include in their honeymoons. No offense if you like cruises or lounging under palm trees at the beach. That's just not my cup of tea. Capri made planning a good deal easier when she said she wanted to see northern California. The greater Sacramento area had been my home for over 6 years, during and after graduate school at UC Davis. My experience in "Norcal" shaped most of my early adulthood, and Capri wanted to see it. I had spoken so much about it during the time we dated. So together we made plans to see some of my old haunts, and some places new to both of us.