A vibrant Canadian thanksgiving

It was such a stunningly beautiful fall day in Ontario, we just had to get out and drive to my brother and sister-in-law’s house in the country

The trees were so vibrant, they were almost on fire when the sunlight hit them

After a hike in the woods, we returned to the farmhouse and treated to the the nostalgic aroma of roasting turkey

Even a simple barn took on a magical quality

all photos: Jeff Thomason

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About The blog of travel & lifestyle journalist Melody Wren

Melody is a freelance writer because she believes that work and fun should not be mutually exclusive. She writes about travel, food, lifestyle and green living. Melody loves staying in a place long enough to get acquainted. Local customs, markets and traditional cultures are magnets for this writer. When not writing she’s either on the road, in the air, or savoring something tasty. Most of her travels feature outdoor adventures of some sort, although she typically avoids sleeping on the ground. She is an ordinary person that enjoys challenging and pushing herself, facing fears with an eye on experiential travel. She needs to do it, feel it and see it so she can write about it. Her hope is that her stories encourage readers to get out there and do the same.
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2 Responses to A vibrant Canadian thanksgiving

  1. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Sheree Armstrong-Shannon says:

    it was a lovely weekend….best thing is …..you’re looking at my backyard….love living up here.

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