Happy Post Canadian Turkey Day

Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone for another year and I’m already missing the turkey! As you can surmise this past weekend was Thanksgiving, at least for those of us north of the U.S. border. For me Thanksgiving is a time to get together with family and friends, eat turkey, and go to the Norfolk County Fair.
Firda and I went down to my parents place Friday night to spend the weekend in my homelands. We got home, had Lasagna, played some cards, watched some TV, read a little and then went to bed. Saturday was spent at the fair (see Firda’s pictures from the fair). We arrived at noon so we could watch a little bit of the Llama judging, then grabbed something to eat (pogos, french fries and hot chocolate), then met up with a bunch of friends (including SMooSH and Loba) and hung out for another 2 hours. Firda was pretty tired after hanging out at the fair for 5 hours. We headed back to my parents place to relax. I read. Firda took a wee nap. We then went out for dinner with our friend Caiti. Caiti had a nice salad, I had the chicken caeser salad amd Firda had some kind of rice dish (I don

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  1. That’s funny! I didn’t even know it was Canadian Thanksgiving, and I was off playing with a real live turkey on that day!
    Well, I should say the turkey didn’t like me and tried to kill me through the fence, but I got some interesting pictures, nonetheless!

  2. When I saw your turkey picture for a couple of seconds I had no idea what it was. I actually though it was a pile of brains. If you look at the top of the turkey’s head it looks like brains.
    This was only for a couple of minutes though 🙂