Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!  It is hard to believe it is Thanksgiving as it is about 100 degrees here with blue skies as far as the eye can see.  We hope you are all enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration wherever you may be in the world!  We plan to celebrate with our Kenyan family with a dessert of watermelon and sodas.  I am not brave enough to prepare a Thanksgiving meal on an outdoor fire…nor am I brave enough to kill a bird and pluck it!  So, we will have metoke, which is a wonderful stew of bananas and potatoes.  We find it very important on this Thanksgiving holiday to give thanks to all our friends and family!  We love and miss you, and we are so grateful to all of you for supporting us along this journey.   We are looking forward to sharing more of our adventures when we return in a few weeks.  We cannot thank you enough for helping to make this experience happen.  I will write more and send pictures soon (very limited battery right now and nowhere to chargeJ).  Love and blessings to you all!


  1. Dad & I drove to Sequim, it warmed up enough that the roads were mostly bare and wet. First day above freezing since Sunday. We had a great holiday, hope you did too.

  2. Looking forward to seeing both of you when you get home and to hear more about what you experienced along the way.

    Mitch and Shelley

  3. My dad cant seem to figure out how to comment on your blog. Hes been reading it regularly and wants you to know that, "On Lindsay's blog, she paints a picture that is so vibrant and breathtaking. Tell her that we are thinking about all the amazing experiences they are having and wish her love and support." You know how sappy Jame can be! But its true.
    The weather in Fruita has turned freezing and covered in white wet fluff. Luck is outside rolling snowballs and cracking himself up. Can't wait for your return and for our visit up there to listen/chat. I miss you my lady. love ams