So much to share

8 12 2008

Thanksgiving was wonderful.  I love that holiday so much.  Food, friends, wine, laughter.  I made a number of tasty dishes, including some leftovers transformed, that I’ll share with you in my next post.  But we also just got back from a faaabulous visit with some close friends in Boston that I’d love to share with you first.  It even snowed!

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The flakes where huge, not that you can tell from this photo.  I guess you really only love snow if you don’t have to live in it.  Lucky us.  : )

We went beer tasting at Sam Adams Brewery:

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Big thumbs up from the hubby.

We took a trip to Provincetown where we sang carols, drank Wassail, and saw a giant “tree” in the town square made of lobster cages.

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They gave us jingle bells and a triangle at the carol sing along.

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This is what Wassail looks like when you’ve had a lot of it…

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And the next day we walked out on the tip of the peninsula.  Absolutely gorgeous:

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Eating way too many cupcakes and too much meat (both delicious!), drinking festive beverages, laughing for days, singing, goofiness, games until the wee hours of the night, and just plain old good fun with friends. Thank you so much!

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14 01 2009
lisa r.

a belated “you’re welcome”! i’m glad i have plenty of time to catch up on your blog now that i’m laid up. depending on how my knitting experiment goes, perhaps i’ll start my own.
i will definitely be requesting that erika make soft pretzels to aid my recovery.
and p.s. do you always bring your camera to the bathroom?

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