Day 265/266 – 95.3 km (total – 7024 km)

I love hearing about different Thanksgiving traditions.  Jen has informed me that we have to wear lumberjack shirts, listen to the Arthur Awards on the Vinyl Café with Stuart Maclean and go for a swim in a lake somewhere.  The only one I’m not in for is the latter!  Food is of course a big part of Thanksgiving.  And traditions hold strong in this area too!  In my family, sweet potatoes baked with marshmallows on top are integral to the traditional dinner in the Harris family.  And sometimes, dessert even overshadows the main course – I come by my sweet tooth honestly.  Another tradition years ago was playing touch football in the park on Monday morning, surrounded by the yellows, oranges and reds of surrounding maples.

On this day in Revelstoke, as I get ready to head out for my run, I’m thankful for so much – for a great family, amazing friends… the list is quite long!  It’s hard to think of a better place to live than Canada.  We have one of the most incredible backyards in the world and today, I am thankful for the freedom to explore it and enjoy it!

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone…

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