Do a Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving!

Are you thinking of more ways to add fun to your Thanksgiving Day or weekend?  I’m doing a gobble wobble with my granddaughter, Roxanne.  Many parks and charities across the country have started a new holiday tradition.  In Dana Point, California, the turkey trot is in the morning before everyone’s big feast.  It’s designed for all ages and is a charity event costing around fifty dollars for adults and twenty for children.  Sure, we will build up an appetite but will also burn calories.  If people are volunteering to organize and help, they are called “turkey basters.”  Here is the metal from last year–

turkey trot

What are you doing for extra fun over Thanksgiving weekend?


4 thoughts on “Do a Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving!

  1. Janessa Breckenridge

    Kathleen, I’m going to have a leftovers brunch on Friday for relatives still in town. Don’t we all love leftover sandwiches?

  2. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Our boys, Max and Jake, are setting up a hot cider stand. Instead of lemonade and cookies, the colder weather calls for hot cider. Their proceeds will go to Toys for Tots.

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