(South Dakota Badlands)
And then came the wedding, and my what a day, seemed like so many things just weren't going there way. Keys had gone missing, props, and some help, but all fell into place, went off with no hitch and calmed down the race.
The ceremony was splendid, down by rivers bank, with perfect love weather, and friends all around. Once I do's were pronounced, rings given, and kissed, they went off for eating, dancing, and bliss. Her mom was all frazzled, trying to keep things all right, but everyone was helping, and there was no plight.
(A real gun that looks totally steampunk at the Cody firearms Museum, and a tyrannosaurus rex skeleton in Thermopolis)
Then off for farewell, to far off lands. Grabbed bags and provisions and and headed off on a mission. They only forgot a necessity or two, but with stores along the way they were able to make due.
(View in Yellowstone)
(Wonderland Cave in South Dakota)
Through lands of dry, jagged, castle walls made of rock, to lush green landscapes with animals by the flock. They stayed at quaint little cow towns, and poked at the bison. Rode jeeps, and watched gunfights, and explored the museums. There were 4-wheelers, and jagged steep mountain paths, and all along the way the two had a blast. There were guns that looked steampunk, and pools orange and blue, hot mineral springs to jump in, but the smell...whew! There were geysers to take pics with, and dinosaur bones, gigantic turtles, and a deep dark tunnel full of stalagmites.
(Giant tortoises eating at Reptile Gardens and Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone)
There were no regrets, no problems, no fights, they loved each other, they're married, everything was alright.
(Old faithful geyser in Yellowstone Park)