This group included many local first responders, including the groom from the local Francisco Fire Department, and we are grateful for their service and happy to have them here. They came in on Friday and prepared for their rehearsal dinner at the venue on Friday night. They made a large bonfire in the fire pit that night and enjoyed a chicken stew prepared by friends of the bride and groom, Patrick and Ashley Inman. They rented cabins for Friday night, so they were able to enjoy a leisurely breakfast before Saturday’s preparation for the 200 person wedding. They had their ceremony under the covered area, enjoying some of the continued summer weather even this late in the fall. After the ceremony, the guests went indoors while we re-arranged the ceremony into the reception site. John Brown’s Grill was again on hand for some delicious grill work, followed by the cake from Sarah’s Sweets. The cake and buffet were indoors, with drinks served in the pool room. Life’s a photograph took the pictures, while the always reliable Moxley Productions Services provided the music. A Luna’s Trail first included a vintage Francisco fire truck carrying the wedding party, a nice touch to a great afternoon wedding.