Food was served (cold cuts, rolls, some vegetables, chips and soda) and then the bridal party (Mike, Janie and their kids) went to the top of the lighthouse where Peggy performed the ceremony. Here is a picture of the wedding party at the top of the lighthouse. Those of us down below could not hear the ceremony. As soon as they were finished and headed down, we all went over to the door of the lighthouse to greet the "brand new Mr. and Mrs. Mike Niethe".
and then Mike built a bonfire. I was glad to get out of my dressy clothes and shoes and into jeans and sneakers. We all sat around the fire for maybe a half hour and then people started to leave. It was pretty chilly!
Monday morning, Christa and I met Peggy at LaPort's and we had a great breakfast. This is called the 1, 2, 3 because it has one egg, two strips of bacon and three pancakes. Christa gave me a few of her homefries.Even the oatmeal was delicious!
I drove about 100 miles on the thruway and then got onto Route 20. Since we had ice cream around lunch time, we did not stop for lunch, but ended up at ROMA'S in Morris, New York for supper around six p.m. Christa and I shared an antipasto salad, a garlic cheese pizza and an order of garlic knots (we brought a lot of each item home with us). We arrived home around seven p.m. I was so tired!!!!!