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Earl Bockenfeld

Happy Thanksgiving to the Mannion family and all your readers.

The Viscount

Happy Thanksgiving to you, the blondes and the wee folk from the Viscount, the Viscountess, the Duchesses and the Duke!

Keep up the good writing.

Linkmeister

Even in the land of Aloha we serve turkey today. We had Captain Cook (and before him a slew of Polynesians) rather than that Italian guy, but we still honor the day (and gorge, and gorge, and gorge...)

Happy T-day to one and all!

dorsano

I haven't read Blithedale Romance, Lance - but that's a great picture. It does engender a sense of satisfaction, some sense of loss for the season that's passed, and it inspires refelection.

Happy Thanksgiving.

grishaxxx

Happy Thanksgiving to the combined Mannion and Blonde families - and my special thanks to you for the encouragements this year. Gobble, gobble! (Yeah, my inner kid is 16, too - I checked).

blue girl

I'm a little late here, but Happy Thanksgiving to the entire Mannion crew! I'm with grisha -- gobble, gobble! (My inner kid was 10...)

Exiled in NJ

Too late for Thanksgiving, but hoping your Black Friday is peaceful and without the hassle of traffic. Sheepdog, Pam and I drove thru Orange County yesterday on our way to Wayne County PA. While there the temperature dropped six degrees on the car thermometer and the sun of North Jersey turned into clouds, but it was so pretty. Yet Pam, who has driven 17 and 17M to Middletown and the juntion with 84 for many years, remarked on how many farms have gone, and how many old stamping grounds seem to be on the way downhill.

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