I’ve been doing a little celebrating with my friends north of the border. See, it’s Thanksgiving in Canada.
Think I ate too many green beans.
Happy Thanksgiving to my pals up north!
By the way, this is my 1,609th post on the ‘ole blog. Can you believe that? 1609 marks the same year that Bermuda became a British Colony (discovered whilst the crew was on their way to the New World). And just two years after the Englishman, John Smith, landed on the James River in what is now the state of Virginia – just a stone’s throw away from the site of the first U.S. Thanksgiving at Berkeley Plantation in 1619 – and very near where I live!
What this has to do with Canada I have no idea, but I thought you ought to know.
I’m a man of many facts.