My sister got married on Sept. 19 in Michigan, so hubby and I made the trip.
The wedding was in Midland, where I had lived before with my parents.
On the way, we encountered this old car at a rest stop.
Downtown Midland is pretty with it's brick sidewalks and flower boxes.
I'm not sure why I got a picture of the sidewalk, but there it is. :)
The street in front our hotel was blocked off with a car show for two days. This one - a 1957 Ford - is like one my dad had when I was a kid. Ours was two-toned blue, though, not blue and white.
A war memorial - for vetrans of the Korean War and Vietnam.
I couldn't get a good picture of this guy when he was facing us. (I think I might have gotten a quick video, though.) He greeted us at the reception. He wasn't wearing Mackenzie plaid, but the McDonald plaid was the closest he could come.
This picture is of three of my nieces at the reception. But I really wanted to show the table centerpiece. Hubby won the centerpiece and he was thrilled, since he never wins anything. I didn't get the whole thing in the picture, though. :)
This is the "famous" Tridge in Midland. See how it has three legs on the bridge? Thus the Tridge.
Mom didn't attend my sister's wedding. It would have been too much for her and the rest of us. The next day, hubby and I and one of my cousins went to visit with her.