Thanksgiving Day was cold, gray, and rainy as we drove to Amy’s grandmother’s house. (The trip may have also involved river and woods.) Two turkeys of one stone each were eaten, as well as cream of broccoli soup, string beans, turnips, mashed potaters and sweet potaters. Here are some photographic highlights which, unlike last year, do not include food, but do include photos of Grandma’s antique cash register:
More photos in the NJ Thanksgiving 2006 photoset, which continues to grow as the post-holiday weekend progresses. This morning, Amy and I had pre-marriage counseling with her pastor. Now it is time for shameless Black Friday shopping at a suburban big box store.
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