12.10.10

Canadian Thanksgiving


The harvest is late and there is no time for the farmers to have a big sit-down turkey dinner.  Instead turkey was delivered to the men while they worked in the field.




8 comments:

  1. What fun enjoying your turkey out in the fields. Diane

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  2. Happy Thankgivings ! I am sure the men loved the turkey meal served to them :) Great harvest and thanks for sharing the photos with us.

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  3. It is good to celebrate Thanksgiving and the harvest in whatever way they can.

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  4. It never occurred to me that your Thanksgiving was at a different time! Lovely photos of all of that grain and hardworking farmers. We should all give thanks to their work once a day!

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  5. Oh my gosh Sarah, I remember how delicious food tasted when eaten in an open field. I used to eat my food in the middle of rice paddies. It was the best!

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  6. It just goes to show that thanks can be given everywhere and anywhere. Lovely post and photos.

    And Happy Thanksgving!

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  7. That looks like a fantastic way to spend Thanksgiving - gorgeous weather, fabulous scenery, and helping fuel the farmers.

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  8. It never occurred to me that your harvest would be so much earlier than ours. I love having a day to just eat! No presents required!

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