Baker Brewing Day
For our wedding, Rita decided it would be a good idea to have a signature drink. So Steve came up with the genius idea of having a signature beer. And what is a signature beer if you don't make it yourself!?
Wow! The day has came and went. Full of excitement, anxiety and joy, I proposed to Rita. It started about 3 months ago with an all out research study of the four C's. I felt like I was buying a new vehicle--it was intense to say the least. After several made up stories of where I was so late, I was able to pick out "the one". You really do know when you see it. It's kind of funny too...when you research online for rings you would be amazed at how many ads pop up in your Facebook feed or how many times Ronnie Mervis voices over your spotify. So fellas, beware! Next on the list was picking a location. This was fairly easy. I wanted somewhere aesthetically pleasing and sentimental. Obsessed with the Brooklyn Bridge structure and Brooklyn itself, this was one of the first places that popped into my head. The sentimental part was already there. This is the place where all of Rita's family grew up. Now we're bitchin.
We arrived to Sacramento at 10 pm and hopped in the rental car to head to our first destination, Yosemite National Park. After miles of windy roads we made it to the KOA cabin in Mariposa, CA (a small town outside of Yosemite). We woke up fairly early and headed into Yosemite. I have to say this was my favorite part of the trip and I highly recommend you to see this place at least once in your life. We were able to see Bridalveil Falls, Lower Yosemite Falls, Curry Village, Half Dome, El Cap and Vernal Falls.