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11-24-05, 12:02 AM   #1  
Happy Thanksgiving!

Just wanted to wish everyone here a happy Thanksgiving! By this time tomorrow I plan to have turkey, ham, stuffing, greens, sweet potatoes and pecan pie coming out of my ears! I'll leave the cranberry sauce for you guys!...well, maybe I'll eat a little...

Be safe and have fun!


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11-24-05, 06:27 AM   #2  
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING! to you also, from myself, my family and the entire DIY staff and all the moderators.

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11-24-05, 10:41 AM   #3  
Nice to see you again Cheese! Happy thankgiving to you and all the moderators in this forum!

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11-24-05, 01:21 PM   #4  
good one to you all!

 
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11-24-05, 07:11 PM   #5  
Well, I had a great thanksgiving! I had turky, pork stuffing, mash patatoes, greens, macaroni, yams, and cranberry sauce. Oh...Don't forget the bread roles. WOW, we were so stufft after eating that we all thought we were going to die lol.

How was your thanksgiving??? That includes you Cheese

 
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11-25-05, 08:08 PM   #6  
Giving Thanks.

Same from myself and on behalf of all the Canadian paople who use this forum.
I once made the mistake of traveling to San Fransisco five years ago on this very weekend.
Never again by plane.

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11-27-05, 12:23 AM   #7  
Hey Square Head! Is thanksgiving celebrated in Canada? I try not to do too much traveling around this time of year . Who am I kidding, I don't travel much any time of year .


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11-27-05, 12:26 AM   #8  
Hey Square Head! Is thanksgiving celebrated in Canada? I try not to do too much traveling around this time of year . Who am I kidding, I don't travel much any time of year .

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My Thanksgiving was great. I ate at my inlaws for lunch, and at a good friends house for supper. I had to lay real still that night, lol. I was so full I was scared my belly button was coming untied. lol. I'll bet the plumbing forum is getting busy now !


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11-27-05, 09:32 AM   #9  
Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada, in October! One month before yours!

 
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11-28-05, 08:48 AM   #10  
I hope everyone was able to be with friends and family and safely traveled to and from where you all needed to be. And I hope you all had as many people happy to see you as I had. It's good to be with folks that love you, and the food is pretty good too!

 
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