Happy Thanksgiving

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6 Responses to Happy Thanksgiving

  1. Larry Patterson says:

    Jim, Looks to be a foggy and cold morning in southern Ky.—You and your family have a great Thanksgiving! Hope to see ya soon—-Larry

  2. Yes, I thought it looked cold too. It sure is here-record breaking cold.
    I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Record breaking cold already in November. Hopefully that will be the last of the record breaking cold till spring. Thanksgiving being with family was great…

  3. Ellen Bunnell says:

    Beautiful frosty, foggy day pix. The ones of foliage are ‘sellable’ quality, magazine printable. Not that your photos aren’t always that beautiful, just saying. These are all beautiful. And as usual the birds a stop action great. We haven’t had the frost yet, just the one icy night a week or so ago, the ice of which only stayed long enough to down limbs and be gone by sunrise. No snow on every twig, yet, either. And I can’t believe that I’m saying I can’t wait for it to come because I also love our short winters.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      The short days of winter do seem to last a long time later on. There is beauty the ice and snow provides one can’t help but admire for sure. That hard frost seemed to be a real trigger for the remaining leaves to start falling. Amazing the difference between when we headed out for Thanksgiving with family in Louisville and our return today. Glad you enjoyed…

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