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I hope all the other Canucks on the forum have had a good Thanksgiving weekend. There is one perk to living in the Great White North...we get the first pick for the plumpest, juiciest turkeys. Mine was excellent.

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I think all the other Canucks are sleeping off their turkey. This is something I miss from growing up; my mom is from Canada so we always celebrated both Thanksgiving holidays.

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I think all the other Canucks are sleeping off their turkey. This is something I miss from growing up; my mom is from Canada so we always celebrated both Thanksgiving holidays.
That would be the best of both worlds, so to speak.

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I have 2 replies.
1. In advance of what?
2. Yes.

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Hey Chuck,
Hope your Thanksgiving was great. I enjoy turkey but only at Christmas. Once a year is fine, at Thanksgiving we have a big ham with Maple syrup, yummy.

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Thanks Dan, it was, and I hope yours was too. The ham would be fine for me but it's not on my wife's preferred list. But I don't mind turkey, even 3 or 4 times a year would be alright with me.

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Turkey is good anytime!!

Hope all my Canuck brothers and sisters had a really enjoyable weekend and got to spend some time with friends and family. I visited my daughter and granddaughter for the weekend, and, to quote Arlo Guthrie, had a "thanksgiving dinner that couldn't be beat"

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