Happy Thanksgiving, eh!
Today is the Thanksgiving Day holiday in Canada. Americans have to wait another month. We hold it early because we'd be under about 3 metres of snow by then. Seriously, though. In Canada, Thanksgiving is more of a harvest celebration whereas in the USA, while that is also true, it is based on the Pilgrims sitting to dinner with the First Nations peoples (so the legend goes). Canada didn't have Pilgrims. We had fur trappers and the establishment of the Hudson's Bay Company - one of the world's oldest, continually-operating companies - since 1670 and is still in business. The company once was the world's largest landowners holding 15% of all the land in North America.
Either way it's a holiday, a feast, and welcome long weekend. It is usually cool/cold and wet this time of year but Mother Nature gave us fabulous summer-like weather each day topped with the beautiful fall colours. Thanks!