Kattlyn & Jamie | St Albans Chapel Wyoming
Kattlyn & Jamie are the future of American agriculture. Kattlyn prepares new agriculture teachers at the college level, while Jamie teaches farm equipment how to steer itself (with GPS satellite help of course). Kattlyn wanted a wedding to show off Wyoming to her new in-laws from Arizona. Y’know, something to remember. A special break from their 100+ degree days on the cotton farm. I think she found it at St. Alban’s Chapel in the Snowy Mountain Range.
Managed by St. Matthews in Laramie, St. Alban’s was constructed as a mountain alternate site for services. One gets the feeling of pioneer silver miners holding faith-healing revivals in the 1800’s, but its history doesn’t go back that far (sorry, I’m a closeted Hollywood screen writer). Wouldn’t it make a nice movie set for a story like that?
Michael Lancaster was the day’s bagpiper at 10,000 feet! Funny, the instrument sounds the same, but I’m guessing playing it is a bit harder. There just isn’t too many things cooler than hearing great bagpiping echoing through the mountains. I never tire of it. Michael’s a masterful player — highly recommended.
Before a reception at the Cheyenne Country Club, we spent a few moments down the road at Mirror Lake and surround area. Such pretty country and it speaks to the landscape photographer in me.
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