Well I'm back into this land of Uncle Sam, as it is known. Back into NYC soil. The weather is MUCH cooler but the sun still shines.. I made it in time for Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving is the festival where the American's celebrate the early pilgrims who settled here making it through the winter with help from the Native American Indians- taught the settlers to plant, hunt fish etc, basically survive ...perhaps they even gave them a Turkey?
|Mini Big Ben- at least that's what I call it|
The vibe was really friendly in the supermarket, if not incredibly crowded and no space at all for the shopping trolleys, but that's NYC supermarkets I've learned. Everything else in America is supersized, but not NY, apartments/flats and even the supermarkets are small but they have a fantastic parade of gi-normous proportions! Balloons as big as buildings, check out the picks and enjoy. Not really sure in what they pertain in regards to Thanksgiving traditionally but it was a lot of fun.
|Again not sure what sports has to do with it?|
We had enough Turkey for 3 days, and we chose a small one!
|These ones were created by an artist from Japan, they were weird and scary|
|Shrek, comin through the crowds!|