In a year that has no parallel, we take time to say thank you, tell those closest to us that we love them and miss being with them, and above all, express gratitude for the gift of health for our family and friends. We look ahead to brighter days.
We have a gorgeous Thanksgiving Day in Georgetown. Sun, 70s, quiet. We took a dinghy ride this morning in-between cooking chores. I made the traditional turkey dinner and while my galley is decently outfitted for a boat, a bit of juggling is required to pull it all together. Before and after, we fit in the Macy's parade and football. Pretty typical and perfectly enjoyable.
However you are celebrating today, may you and yours have a happy, healthy Thanksgiving.
|And there they go. We escaped any bombing.|
|A character-filled access point to Front Street in Georgetown from the water.|
|Water access to Georgetown's historic Kaminski House.|
|Georgetown has its own fleet of shrimp boats. |
|Cooking this year's Thanksgiving dinner.|
|Ready to indulge. Happy Thanksgiving!|
|The tradition continues. I grew up with this "cranberry dish" coming out of my mother's high cupboard to fulfill its annual duty. |
|Cheers to you and yours.|
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