It’s always a tough call when the bride and groom have to make the decision to go with Plan B and have their ceremony indoors due to bad weather. I must admit that when Jane and Michael took me WAY up on the farm to their proposed ceremony site I had my doubts that it would end up being there… it was a very exposed landing strip way up high on the Gladstone hills – the views were out of this world AMAZING but any sort of weather in the slightest would have made things rather dicey. But as things turned out it the weather that day was totally perfect! No wind, not too hot and with a nice high cloud cover – I couldn’t have been happier! (I guess it was the same for Jane and Michael too). After the ceremony the bridal party and I went up even higher - right by the trig station was where we got to play – I was a little sweaty palmed at some points due to the close proximity of a sheer drop that could have claimed the lives of both bride AND groom - but we did have a lot of fun. The reception was down at a slightly less nose bleedy altitude on Jane’s parents’ farm – a gorgeous marquee set up in the same spot on the lawn that Jane’s sisters’ had celebrated their weddings a few years prior - Jane is the youngest sister and the last to get married and her Dad heaved a sigh of relief that this whole 'wedding on the lawn' business was now done and dusted! Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Cammock!