The Three T’s in Thanksgiving

Late September into October in western Maine could provide breath-taking panoramas of what many describe as “Indian Summer.” Those golden and red leaves of maple trees, the V-shaped flocks of Canadian geese heading south to their winter home along the coast, just after night fall, the lightning-like flashes of white, silvery sometimes red-tinged light streaking across the northern heavens displaying the sun glancing off Arctic ice, …that’s right, the Northern Lights, all beautiful signs of another changing season. Ah, but how quickly those blue skies and softly colored clouds shimmering lazily on the horizon of a majestic sunset fade away, making room for the inevitable winter freeze. Increasingly in November, harsh winds, falling leaves, freezing rain, and bitter temperatures usher in the approaching “holiday season.” Now, snow would typically have…
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