Sounds amazing!Our family will head out to our farm for the day, weather permitting, and start the morning with a family mass outdoors as we have a cousin who is a priest. In order to spread out we all will likely dine in one of the barns instead of in one of our cabins. I will deep fry several turkeys.
after our noon meal, it will be trap shooting, four wheel and ATV riding, and it warm, there could be some bass fishing,too.
It will be scaled back as family who are far away will not be flying in this year. We will have a family Zoom.
It may be cold here, maybe not. The joke here in Kentucky-Tennessee border area is “If you do not like the weather wait a few hours and it will change”. On Christmas Day last year it was 72 and the wife and I took a spin in my convertbile. I hope it is that way Thanksgiving so we can enjoy the great outdoors. We usually have about 100 family members at our farm and the kids have a blast on the four wheelers, and I usually am out three cases of shotgun shells as well have a trap shooting contest, which my daughter won last year LOL. She outshot her old man.Sounds amazing!
Unfortunately where I live, the weather is too cold and dreary to allow for a meal outside now.
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I hope you play some Don Ho. He rocks!Normally we would plan this out the Monday in advance, that is go to my cousin‘s house and set up the Imu (earthen oven). We put turkeys (plural), pork butt, etc... place them in their the day before Thanksgiving. It would be a huge party (all day long) nestled up against the Ko’olau mountains with over 50 relatives and friends with a combination of tradition Thanksgiving and Hawaiian food. By the time round three (early evening) came along there would be music and signing. Yes, live music, folks would break out their instruments; maybe even some hula.
Not this year; too many kupuna (older relatives and friends) and just wanting to be responsible. It will be a small celebration with my wife’s sisters family, outside. I think there will be at most 10 of us. And, this year mostly just tradition Thanksgiving feast.