[1-Grenadier Pond in High Park, Toronto]
Today is Thanksgiving in Canada where we celebrate our bountiful feast, filling up on roast turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, potatoes, gravy, brussel sprouts, yams, salads, bread rolls, and delectable pies and tarts: usually apple or pumpkin with vanilla ice cream.
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[3-The traditional wild turkey hen that the early settlers killed for their harvest dinners]
Canada celebrates Thanksgiving earlier than our American neighbours who wait until late November. We could be knee deep in snow at that time in frigid temperatures, at least in the northern areas above the south Ontario triangle or in the western provinces.
For all my Canadian neighbours and blog friends have a great feast and reflect on your blessings this year.
Photo Credits: -Grant MacDonald CC=nc-flickr, -JacobEnos CC=sa-flickr, -mrittenhouse CC=nc-sa-flickr.
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