Intermission

Minneapolis

Lucas took me to an early morning photo shoot on the Minnesota river.  

Lucas took me to an early morning photo shoot on the Minnesota river.  

A major reason for forging north through all the snow was to make it to my friend Ashley's wedding in Minnesota. To do so I caught a shuttle from Breckenridge to Denver and a flight from there to Minneapolis.

From woods to wedding.  

From woods to wedding.  

I have always fondly referred to her as Burger Jung, now she is Burger Stevens. Congrats Buuurrr Guuuurrr!

I have surprisingly few photos of the actual wedding. The photographer they hired was definitely on point and told us to put our phones away.

Biking around the green belt on nice rides. Minneapolis has definitely earned its title of most bike friendly city in the US.

Biking around the green belt on nice rides. Minneapolis has definitely earned its title of most bike friendly city in the US.

One of the best parts of this intermission was being able to spend some time in the city with my lady. We biked around and toured my old haunts.

Lani being introduced to the concept of a "beer chaser"  

Lani being introduced to the concept of a "beer chaser"  

I had been humoring the idea of flipping for the last few days as Banjo and I suffered through Colorado. The snow wasn't going anywhere for another month and I didn't really feel like going back to it after the wedding.

Cooling down

Cooling down

It was so fun hanging out with friends in town I took my time buying a train ticket to Montana. Lucas and I spent our time slapping cards and drinking brewskies on the porch.

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