THANKSGIVING 2010

We spent Thanksgiving Day in Pittsburgh, which was a first for us.  But it was convenient too:  Oldest Son was delivered to us at the airport there and then we hopped on over to eat with our relatives.

Our nephew and niece live in an astounding house.

It wasn’t so very nice when they bought it, but still there were treasures.

This window is on the landing as you walk upstairs.

The banister for the main stairway.

Many of the floors look like this.

There is a fireplace in almost every room.

AND they are very clever with restoring and with decorating.

Things went along in a typical fashion.

 

And now it’s time to continue our thankfulness while turning in a different direction, moving from one holiday to the next:

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