Posted by: Bonnie & Hans | November 27, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Here’s a little glimpse of our day:

Hans' Julia Child impersonation as he prepares the bird

Transporting the bird to Matthew's oven

3.5 hours later

Yum!

Good food; good new friends to share it with (no photos to document that part; you’ll just have to believe us). We were thinking of you all yesterday and hope you had a nice day wherever you were.

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  1. Always good to get your pictorial glimpse of Grayling..haven’t seen any photos or mention of Ralph yet?? We had a good T-giving here with family..lots of good food and now we’re working on all the leftovers! Powwow tomorrow in honor of Native American heritage month-should be fun and then off to my cabin on Sunday for a couple of nights..hope U got rested up over the T-giving break-any plans for X-Mas? Be cool to see you in Fairbanks.

  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you, can you send us your e-mail address

  3. Hey you two! The turkey looks great…nice job, Hans! Thinking of you and thought I’d check out the website. Looks fabulous! Things haven’t changed much here in Sequim. Lots of wind and rain lately. Day after turkey day was beautiful and sunny. I stayed home and cleaned house instead of facing the hoards shopping. Will save that for less crowded days. How are things at school? What’s your email address? Take care and hope to hear from you soon. Pat

  4. The funny part is I know Dad’s doing a little dancing move with the turkey legs in the 1st picture 🙂

    Glad to hear your Thanksgiving went well!

    Much love,
    Anna B.


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