Monday, November 23, 2020

Thanksgiving Travel

I’m staying close to home this week since school is out all week and I have a lot of writing to do.  That would be my plan even if we weren’t in the middle of a worsening plague.  The CDC is warning against traveling, but apparently that’s falling on deaf ears.

The rule should be: stay home unless you can drive a 1958 Edsel Bermuda to the dinner.

5 barks and woofs on “Thanksgiving Travel

  1. I won’t turn this comment into my psychotherapy session but having an excuse not to go “home” is a relief. We’re planning a Thanksgiving meal of Chinese honey chili chicken (at least the recipe sounds pretty Chinese, whether it’s absolutely authentic or not), steamed rice, and homemade ice cream.

  2. Happy thanksgiving!Hubby and me are having the traditional turkey dinner on Thursday. Son is coming over on Friday for the hot turkey salad. Turns out they really don’t care about the holiday meal proper. It’s the hot open face sandwiches, cold sandwiches, soup, and hot salad they crave. So, turkey it is again!

  3. Personally I’d go with a Mercury Colony Park. The two upper lines of Edsels in 1958 were Mercury body based, which was very different from the lower two lines. All station wagons whatever they were called were Ford based bodies. I’m sure that was TMI for everyone.

    Anyway, airline travel is about half normal. And getting tested in NYC today meant standing in line for five hours. So a lot of people are at least trying to be responsible.

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