Over Memorial Day weekend, my husband and I helped my brother and his wife move from Nashville, Tennessee (specifically Murfreesburo) to Winter Park, Colorado (specifically Tabernash). We flew down to Nashville Thursday night, spent all day Friday driving, spent Saturday in Kansas with my parents, finished the trip on Sunday, stayed at my sister-in-law's parent's house Sunday night, and flew home Monday. Needless to say, it was quite a long trip, but still really fun. There are few other people I'd volunteer to help move that far. My main job was to be the photo-journalist for the trip, and while I wasn't horribly successful, I've posted a few shots that summarize the trip. If you'd like to see a video from the weekend, check out my Flickr account.
Final stages of packing and saying goodbye to Chad and Mandy - their Tennessee friends.
Whitney saying goodbye to Adele, Chad and Mandy's dog.
Whitney (sister in law) and Brianna (sister) at my parent's house.
Just couldn't resist - a beautiful, vintage motor.
At my parents house - everyone always seems to gravitate to the trampoline or the dirt bike. Notice Tyler jumping off the trampoline and onto the bike.
A great sillhouete of my parents - taken by my sister, Brianna.
Tyler and Whitney (with prairie flowers Tyler picked for her).
What would a trip to Kansas be without a beer tasting with craft beer from Schilling Bridge?
The moving crew at Whitney's parents home - Tyler, Whitney, me, Vince.
Monday morning view from the deck.