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Old 22-11-2010, 18:03   #1
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To all those who observe it and even if you don't. All you CF folks.

Happy Thanksgiving


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Old 22-11-2010, 21:17   #2
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Happy Thanksgiving! It's my favorite holiday! Dedicated to giving thanks and gratitude for all of lifes gifts. Spent with family and friends and centered around a feast!
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Happy Thanksgiving

I hope that everyone can enjoy the true meaning of this special event in history.


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Thanks ...happy Thanksgiving to our ship mates.
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For those out traveling in forgein lands; what do you do for Thanksgiving?

Was in the Cayman Islands a few years ago. Lots (maybe almost all) the restuarants were doing American turkey Thansksgiving dinners, but I chose to have lobster instead.
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We don't do anything special here, but then, we're a pretty thankful lot most days.
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One Christmas morning I had a Hawiian breakfast in a French restaurant in Mexico. That was an adventure in itself.
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Happy Thanksgiving to all......especially to all the men and women protecting and serving all of us around the world!!
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To all those who observe it and even if you don't. All you CF folks.

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Right back atcha..... pass the Pumpkin pie please.....
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Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving too Todd and Everyone here at CF. It is my favorite holiday too! Love that Turkey and Gravy!
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One Christmas morning I had a Hawiian breakfast in a French restaurant in Mexico. That was an adventure in itself.
I know what you mean.
We had to order Chinese in Spanish in Mazatlan.

I wake up every morning of my life giving thanks for another day.
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One Christmas morning I had a Hawiian breakfast in a French restaurant in Mexico. That was an adventure in itself.
I will soon be spending my fifth Christmas camping on a Mexican beach to which I've arrived via sea kayak. Happy to report that on the four previous Christmas Eves Santa was able to locate our tent.

The reindeer seemed awfully confused, however.
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