Fisher Man Takes Fertile Bride: A Tale of Minnesota Cities
Minnesota has a lot of interesting names of towns. OK, let's go.
John Doe of Fisher and Jane Smith of Fertile were united in marriage August 4 in a Savage ceremony. Many suspected a wedding was coming after spotting the couple kissing in Plainview several months before. There was a large crowd at the dinner as the couple invited two whole towns to the reception. The bride and groom celebrated with Black Duck and Rice.
The couple, who are long-time hiking enthusiasts, began their honeymoon walking barefoot in Frost and later through Staples and Taconite. To cool off, they took a dip in Stillwater. Their trip was delayed when stopped by a Marshall man while speeding by Plymouth. This resulted in the seizure of their car. Their wedding trip resumed in Harmony by Buffalo as they sought Hope and Independence.
One of the highlights was the taking in of a lecture on evolutionism by Darwin. The couple found time for a long boat ride at dawn, with the two reaching Landfall by dusk.
Both are long-time fans of old farming demonstrations and were fortunate to be able to watch a Morgan horse plowing a field.
Another highlight was the Regal Welcome they received upon entering both cities.
A near tragedy was averted when both John and Jane fell in Wells but escaped unscathed.
The honeymoon ended in Climax last week. The happy couple then headed Northome, where upon arriving stated that they were eagerly anticipating a Crystal anniversary in 15 years.