Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!


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Happy Thanksgiving to all our Candian members! :)

I don't know too much about how Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated, is it similar to the US one - ie turkey and pumpkin pie?
 

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To all our members in Canada, or of Canadian descent, Happy Thanksgiving! Down here in the US, we are thankful you are our neighbors.


That explains why the local Canadian meteorologist wasn't on TV today. I think he always goes home for Thanksgiving
 
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Thanks everybody! Had a big dinner over at a sister's place a couple miles away.
Yes we do celebrate it with turkey, stuffing, mashed potato, gravy, sweet potato, cranberries and pumpkin pie. Just no pilgrims.
And I am thankful to have Americans as neighbours south of the 49th.

Sorry no pictures alp, I didn't think of bringing a camera for the occasion. I am attending my next door neighbours funeral this afternoon, maybe I'll bring the camera along for that....
 
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Thanks everybody! Had a big dinner over at a sister's place a couple miles away.
Yes we do celebrate it with turkey, stuffing, mashed potato, gravy, sweet potato, cranberries and pumpkin pie. Just no pilgrims.
And I am thankful to have Americans as neighbours south of the 49th.

Sorry no pictures alp, I didn't think of bringing a camera for the occasion. I am attending my next door neighbours funeral this afternoon, maybe I'll bring the camera along for that....

People enjoy tormenting me these days! :eek::LOL:

Friend came over to visit and I usually hated taking selfies. But as we're getting old and one never knows, I relented. She was reminiscing how many friends had "disappeared"!
 
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Thanks everybody! Had a big dinner over at a sister's place a couple miles away.
Yes we do celebrate it with turkey, stuffing, mashed potato, gravy, sweet potato, cranberries and pumpkin pie. Just no pilgrims.
And I am thankful to have Americans as neighbours south of the 49th.

Sorry no pictures alp, I didn't think of bringing a camera for the occasion. I am attending my next door neighbours funeral this afternoon, maybe I'll bring the camera along for that....

Sorry to hear about your neighbour :( Glad to hear you had a good meal at your sister's though :)
 

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