About 2 (or 3?) weekends ago, I flew up North from SFO to Central Oregon to attend a bachelorette of one of my longest, favoritest friends. Since I'm incapable of attending such an event without taking 5M photos, I'll keep my words at a minimum and make this a picture book story today since I got lots of images to share (nice camera and iPhone snaps all muddled in here together):
^Had my party lippy on bright and early that day as I was up at 5:30 AM and ready to hit the skies.
^I boarded my flight in cool & breezy San Francisco and loved watching my view change into dry desert. When I deplaned in Oregon, it was hot, hot hot.
^Yay! Finally with my bride of the hour on the left. On the right is our Central Oregon bachelorette, Megan, and the next bachelorette, Tracy - who we'll toast in Vegas this week.
^As we waited for our check-in time and for the other girls to arrive, we nosh and sipped at 10 Barrel Brewery in Bend. I did a post on this location before HERE and their Portland location HERE.
^Love my bride!
^At Sunriver Resort in Central Oregon. Just about one of the best places to sit with your gals.
^We played some fun games...
^... and we told stupid stories. Until we were finally told by the others who were there setting-up and decorating that the house was completely ready. So we told them Air Force One (the car brigade with the bride) was on its way.
^There was so much good food and so many amazing meals made - but I still had to capture the domestic beer fridge and the wine shots.
^The next morning, we were in good spirits and excited to head to the pool.
^Followed by lunch downtown afterwards after a full few hours of baking in the sun.
^Wine & Buffalo Wings. What a combo.
^I miss you Oregon.
^Tracy being part of the backyard crew while remaining inside on her phone like an angsty teen.
^Kiesha, Yuki & Tracy
^For our last night, we all got dressed-up for dinner down at the lodge. Megan looked oh so purty.
^Hey, there's me!
^Brunch on Sunday morning in Bend, Oregon, before my flight home.
^Boarding in Oregon and flying out of all that desert...
^... into something crazily beautiful. Can you see my house?
The weekend came and went in the span of a hug, I tell you. But oh was it magical to see those girls. And I really can't believe that I'm going to deplane on Saturday into their arms again.
Love you, Megan!