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Barb was not going to be "totally subservient"

But all the rest was ok; happily married!

5th Anniversary
Polynesian Village

10th Anniversary
Bob at Iditarod Start

10th Anniversary
Barb and Pipeline

10th Anniversary
At the Artic Circle Marker

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Picture 1 - Wedding Day 7/1984

Barb had requested that the "promise to obey" be removed from the marriage vows. The judge was most agreeable, saying that many couples had requested this. But this judge had a sense of humor... Reading the vows, he asked Barb "Do you take this man to be your lawful wedded husband, for better or worse, or richer or poorer, and promise to be totally subservient to him for the rest of your life"? This picture was snapped as Barb reacted with a startled "NO". The judge then asked, "Well, except for the subservient part, how about it"? Barb was glad to say "YES"!.

Picture 2 - Wedding Day 7/1984
What a happy couple - soul mates.

Picture 3 - Hawaii 10/1989
On a boat ride at the Polynesian Village on Oahu.

Picture 4 - Alaska 9/1994
This statue marks the spot in Anchorage, Alaska where the Iditarod Race begins every year.

Picture 5 - Alaska 9/1994
Barb standing by a sample cut-away piece of the Alaskan Pipeline, just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Picture 6 - Alaska 9/1994
Bob and Barb at the Artic Circle Marker. The Dalton Highway is the main (only) road north to the Alaskan oil fields. Where it crosses the Arctic Circle, there is a rather nice little park and marker. Note that we are inside the Arctic Circle, and we are not wearing parkas, gloves, etc. This was late fall in Alaska, but still quite warm.