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Two Years

Two years ago today it was a rainy day in the Adirondacks. Not just a passing summer rain, but thunder, lightning, ominous clouds…

You know what they say about rain on your wedding day. It’s good luck, right? It must be because here we are two years later and life couldn’t be sweeter.

But you know what the best part about that day was?

The food.

Oh my god, the food was awesome.

Is that not what you expected me to say? I suppose marrying my best friend was pretty awesome, too.

But those summer rolls with the spicy peach chutney will always have a special place in my heart.

Happy Anniversary to us!


  1. Leah

    Thought of you this morning – Happy Anniversary!!!

    • Jessica

      Thank you! We’re going to celebrate by attending a lecture at the Adirondack Museum. And then pass out from the romance of it all.

  2. Leah

    Oh – that just cracked me up – definitely the romance will overwhelm you…

  3. catharus

    Congrats! spicy peach chutney sounds awesome!

    Yeh, I followed your reports/blogs on the NPT from a few years ago with keen interest, when the two of you had your adventures!
    I finally did it last September; we had a great time and had the best of luck with the weather. Very memorable!

    • Jessica

      Cool! We were down in the Long Lake/Blue Mountain Lake area yesterday and it brought back some really fun memories of our NPT adventures. I’d love to do it again soon.

  4. Willard

    Hi Dave & Jess, i see you were at Blue Mountain and then long lake. So were we. Congrat on your two yrs. Time flys when you’re having fun doesn’t it?

  5. Erin

    Love your blog!!! Happy Anniversary. My husband and I follow your adventures and are avid hikers as well. We live in Albany NY and try to get to the Adirondack’s as much as possible.

    • Jessica

      Thanks, Erin!

      Willard – One of these days our paths will cross and it will be one of those moments where we’re all like, “Wait, I know you! Don’t I? Hi!”

  6. Willard

    Jess so true, our paths will cross some days and when it does, it will be something for sure; Maybe a nice cold one for the two of you getting to know each other over it and talking about the Adirondack.

    You guys are getting the handle of living up here and understanding it. It’s a lot different from living in the city where everything is at your figure tip if you know what i mean.

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