Did you hear?... Wedding bliss

Wedding Bliss: SGB's Bob Carr told his youngest daughter to elope to the Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. "If it was good enough for Wayne Newton, it's good enough for our family," Carr told SNEWS® he told her -- click here to see photo. In more wedding news, long-time outdoor industry veterans, Sandy Sincek and Geoff O'Keefe were married Sunday Sept. 2 at their home in the mountains high above Boulder.
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Wedding Bliss: SGB's Bob Carr told his youngest daughter to elope to the Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. "If it was good enough for Wayne Newton, it's good enough for our family," Carr told SNEWS® he told her -- click here to see photo. In more wedding news, long-time outdoor industry veterans, Sandy Sincek and Geoff O'Keefe were married Sunday Sept. 2 at their home in the mountains high above Boulder. They were joined by a luminous gathering of 70 or so cohorts from their various past incarnations at Lowe Alpine, PlanetOutdoors.com, Patagonia, A-16, Black Ice and Granite Stairway as well as friends from their civilian lives and family members from a dozen states. True to the spirit of the sentiment that espouses "the second time around, it's all about the party, baby," the assembled revelers were treated to a beautiful, sunny Front Range day with just the right sprinkle of rain to be good luck in Hawaii, as well as a gourmet spread, renewal of friendships and two bands that left a few folks' feet bruised from barefoot dancing well into the next day. At last report, Sandy and Geoff were honeymooning in the romantic offices of Lowe Alpine in Broomfield, Col. -- click here to see photo.

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