Thanks for the memories

Thanks for the memories Open Letter to MacBride Museum of Yukon History: To the wonderful staff at MacBride Museum, Leighann, Tracy, Lisa, Lucas and anyone else I may have forgotten, thank you! I was married on June 21 to the love of my life at the MacBr

Open Letter to MacBride Museum of Yukon History:

To the wonderful staff at MacBride Museum, Leighann, Tracy, Lisa, Lucas and anyone else I may have forgotten, thank you!

I was married on June 21 to the love of my life at the MacBride Museum. Not only was this a place I had my heart set on when we decided to get married, it was a place so rich in culture, scenery and history that I couldn’t wait to share the experience of “My Yukon” with all the people that came from across Canada and the United States of America.

I tell you, it couldn’t have worked out better.

The museum staff was always courteous, available to my many whims, and just plain available to me.

They were willing to bend with me and make my perfect day – perfect. It was also very economical É a highlight when paying for a wedding.

A girl plans her whole life around getting married, and the museum staff, I feel, went above and beyond.

If anyone out there in our marvellous land wants a once-in-a-lifetime experience, I recommend the museum so wholeheartily for any occasion. My guests enjoyed learning about where I come from, where they were coming to, and felt so comfortable just being there.

So, thank you MacBride Museum, may your place be thought about more when people think where to host a meeting, a gathering of any kind, and especially a wedding.

Andre, Tiffany and

Dakota Eckert-Maret

via e-mail

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