I had a lovely ride for coffee up to Caledon East to my usual stop at Gabe’s Country Bake Shop. As I pedal north, I anticipate the coffee and think about what I will choose to eat with it. The sky was blue, and while the leaves were changing, there is still a lot of green in this area.
This tree has managed to hang on despite significant damage to produce some lovely orange leaves.
I returned home for a couple of lazy hours, then cleaned up and headed to Lara’s for Thanksgiving dinner. I decided to do some family pictures as it has been a year since we last did a portrait of both families and my Dad. Since it was such a beautiful day we decided to do the pictures outside, however, the sun was getting low and was too bright to face or even have to our sides. I had brought my flash, but unfortunately, had forgotten my lens hood. Oh well, I did the best I could with what I had at hand.
My nephew Ryan built a fort (or shanty as his father calls it) out of flat screen TV boxes in the basement and has been sleeping in it for a few weeks. Isn’t he cute?
Lara serving the turkey.
Dig in! It looks great.