Our Wedding Date: March 19, 2011

Notes to Folks

or, details about the wedding, and things to do in and around Tallahassee
  • Wedding Details

    We are having the ceremony and reception at the Miccosukee Land Cooperative (MLC), an intentional community comprising some 340 acres located roughly 15 miles east of the state capital building.


    There will be plenty of food, drink, and dancing, so please join us as we celebrate our love and commitment to each other. While there is plenty of parking available at the MLC (you'll see the parking attendants), we encourage people to carpool as much as possible.

    Added on Wed, Jan 19th 2011

  • Parking at the MLC

    The date is fast approaching, and we wanted to give everyone a "heads up" about parking at the MLC. There is plenty of parking, both at the MLC itself (behind the community center), and at the overflow parking lot located across the street at the Sunrise Community. We'll post a map on this website showing the locations of the parking areas the week of the ceremony. To save gas, and just to have a fun ride out there, we ask folks to consider carpooling (if feasible).

    If you park across the street at Sunrise, and when you pull out from the MLC, make sure you look both ways on Miccossukee Road. Sometimes there are some real speeders on this road.

    We'll see you in a few weeks!

    Added on Mon, Feb 28th 2011

  • Wakulla State Park

    550 Wakulla Park Drive, Wakulla, Florida 32327

    Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world, this park plays host to an abundance of wildlife, including alligators, turtles, deer, and birds.
    This is also where the "Creature from the Black Lagoon" and three Tarzan movies were filmed!



    Added on Sun, Jan 9th 2011

  • Mission San Luis

    2100 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304

    A visit to Mission San Luis transports you back in time. Your destination is a community where Apalachee Indians and newcomers from Spain live in close proximity drawn together by religion as well as military and economic purpose.

    Modern day visitors to Mission San Luis discover a re-created community where time stands still.


    Added on Sun, Jan 9th 2011

  • St. George Island and Apalachicola

    St. George Island is a 22-mile barrier island with some of the most beautiful and serene beaches on the Gulf Coast. It is one of the last inhabited, yet unspoiled, barrier islands of Florida, with miles of uncrowded beaches for sunning and shelling, clear Gulf waters for swimming and excellent fishing, pristine marshes for wildlife viewing. The town of Apalachicola was established in 1831, and was once the third largest port on the Gulf of Mexico.



    Added on Sun, Jan 9th 2011

  • Visit Tallahassee

    For more information on what to do, where to go, and places to stay, go to:


    Added on Sun, Jan 9th 2011