This weekend I had the pleasure of seeing two dear friends tie the knot up in one of my “homes”. I know I’ve talked about home before on the blog, but coming back to a place where I worked for two summers was so very special.
The camp is located just outside of Fort Collins, CO, and is plenty far away from cell service and wifi. Being so disconnected from the world definitely helps to create an environment where you connect quickly with the people around you, and allows you to be more intentional with where you’re at.
The camp is absolutely beautiful and serene. It’s full of life and friendly faces.
The Lodge is the Center of Life up at Camp. It’s where meals are shared, music is played, and memories are made.
Every view is scenic and calming.
This weekend, it definitely felt like Fall. Even in the early morning, you could see your breath and needed several layers to camp.
The Wedding itself was stunning. I didn’t take too many pictures because I know the photographer will share them at some point, and I wanted to enjoy the ceremony!
But here’s a quick shot of the ceremony…heads up…it was GORGEOUS. The most perfect weather and stunning background landscape.
So while we were able to hike around this weekend, it was definitely a highlight catching up with old friends, many whom I worked with multiple summers up at camp.
I am so grateful for these friendships which have carried over the years. It was so nice to be reunited and reminisce on those years past and catch up on the present.
Biggest congratulations to the newlyweds!! So excited for the two of you.
Your Turn! Have you ever worked at a summer camp? If so, have you been able to reunite over the years?