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Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays!

I love that family and friends come together to give thanks, it is something I feel we often lose site of throughout the year. I also love the cottage. So my blog is about Thanksgiving travel to our cottage.

Our Thanksgiving travel to the cottage happens every year. My children get so excited to see the their cousins and cottage friends. The same goes for me! I will admit that it is a bit frantic both preparing to get there, and the travel itself. In Ontario, there are a lot of people who have cottages. The cottage is their Thanksgiving travel destination. So the highways are packed with cars carrying their loved ones to the cottage. This make thanksgiving travel time ultra slow… So once you finish up your frantic work week, and try to pack, pick up the kids, get groceries and drinks, it is a mad dash for the cottage!

Thanksgiving Travel to Our Cottage

Thanksgiving Travel to Our Cottage

The travel and rushing about sounds daunting, but it is well worth it. The beauty of the fall leaves, and tranquil lake…the smell of turkey roasting, and a few cocktails with your loved ones is all you need to make the each year of Thanksgiving travel to the cottage well worth the time and energy!

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One of the things I love most about Thanksgiving…the “turkey dinner”. Turkey will always be the main event of Thanksgiving (at least in my house). We love to cook up a huge bird and we never tire of leftovers! Then there are the fixings that go with that delicious bird. For us it is: squash, green beans, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy….mmmmm all so good!

The Boys

The Boys

My last and most important comment about Thanksgiving, make sure that no matter where you have your Thanksgiving, you take a moment to think about how much you do have (health, love, friendship, passion, perspective, appreciation, intellect, reason, kindness) and reflect on how you can share more of it with others.

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