Line of Slow-Cookers Produces Thanksgiving Feast

This morning's sunrise, a beautiful autumn day with slush frozen on the ground.

This morning’s sunrise, a beautiful autumn day with slush frozen on the ground.

You have to make do with what you have, and when you are traveling & living  on the road you don’t have all the comforts and conveniences of back home.  So you do with what you have and actually learn to appreciate any small effort put forth to make a fancy meal.

Our little flag flying from the rack atop of our van.

Our little flag flying from the rack atop of our van.

For example, our Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner.

We had 2 slow-cookers (one borrowed for the day) filled with stuffing, our smaller slow-cooker bubbling with pumpkin pie filling, a roasted turkey via City Market, canned cranberries and a treat of dark chocolate almond milk.

We have plastic plates on our colourful Mexican tablecloth, an extra-long saw horse for butts to rest.

Stuffing about ready to consume.

Stuffing about ready to consume.

Simple meal

Simple meal

pumpkin pudding looks messy but was delicious!

pumpkin pudding looks messy but was delicious!

 

Excited kids ready to dive in!

Excited kids ready to dive in!

 

Happy line of cheeks

Happy line of cheeks

 

Dinner table nestled near the garage and protected from the wind by the van parked right beside us.

Dinner table nestled near the garage and protected from the wind by the van parked right beside us.

And we are tickled pink (or orange, for the season)!

So much to be Thankful for.

 

 

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