Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Matt and Brittney rough recap of a year of marriage

 Wow it is really hard to believe that a year has already gone by since Brittney and I got married.  It has been a very busy year since our special Day.  Last night we hung out and had dinner and looked at a bunch of old pics from the last year.  Here are some of my favorite  pics from the last 12 months
 Brittney shot some photos for our friend Taxi in Japan.  He is reproducing tires for thirties and forties bikes.   I used a set on my trip out to the hills and they worked well.
 Brittney wanted a board track bike since she was very young.  when I asked her to marry me, I gave her a motor instead of a ring.  This is the bike we built around it.   She had her first race in wauseon and did good.   She passed a few guys, finished the race and didnt run over the guy who crashed his jd.   shes racing again in Davenport and then going to the 110th.
 I borrowed a couple of cool pics from Brad over at zen of neato.  This is a cool pic of britts bike and Jim Wall's indian.  He helped us out a bunch with setting the bike up and teaching brittney how to race.
 Here is a dirt bike that our friend Lorren sold us so that britt could practice riding in the snow and get used to what it feels like when a bike slides around.
 Another great photo that Brad took of Brittney practicing at wauseon.

 Here are all my groomsmen.  I am so lucky to have so many good friends.   Thanks guys

 My friend John Parham, asked me to ride one of his bikes in the cannonball,  It was grueling, but a lot of fun.   Brittney came along and helped with the sweep vehicles and chaser trucks.   It was a fun adventure and a unique way to go coast to coast
 We also got to go to Japan in december.  It was definitely culture shock.   I really love japan and am looking forward to going back again some day
 Katsunori, Yoshi, Brittney, Akiko, Ken and me in Yokohoma
I spent the day in the shop working on my friend Jason's 65, he was the pastor in our wedding and is an awesome dude.  

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