Sunday, November 29, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

Our first Thanksgiving on the boat was great.  While we missed our families in various other states, we enjoyed spending a quiet, relaxed day with just the three of us.  Our day began with cartoons, pancakes and bacon.  For "dinner" Andy rigged up the grill to cook our Turkey breast (wrapped in bacon...because anything wrapped in bacon is good) and I cooked the side dishes one by one in our tiny little oven...turning every 10-15 minutes to cook evenly (it heats from the back).  At the end of the day, the turkey and pecan pie was great, oyster stuffing pretty good, and broccoli/gruyere casserole tasty.




While we were making dinner, Jake occupied his time by drawing spaceships, volcanoes and fire.




Jake played on the front of the boat while we called family and began predicting Thanksgivings to come (my favorite comes with a lobster).  I ended the day with giving away the remainder of the pecan pie (Andy still hasn't forgiven me) to our neighbors getting ready for a weekend sail to Catalina.

I hope everyone had a very Happy Thanksgiving as we all continue to count our blessings and give thanks for those we love.

4 comments:

Mom4Two said...

Wow, what an awesome experience for Jake! (and you, too, of course) :) Glad you had an awesome thanksgiving. We're really enjoying your blog and keeping up with your great adventures! Hope you sail around here to Maine someday. ;) Tammy

The Crew of Savannah said...

I"m so glad you're following! What a nice surprise. I thought it was just mom and andy's dad! don't count on the Maine thing....I don't think I can get above the mason dixon :) We can drive/fly up there though! Andy still talks about wanting to dive up there. Hopefully we'll get more interesting around, um, say April?

Russ said...

They aren't the only ones following your blog, Monica. I enjoy it,too ;-). I've heard oyster stuffing is good stuff. Maybe I can convince Jen to try and make some.

The Crew of Savannah said...

Hi Russ! Hope all is well in TN.

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