Corry Thanksgivings generally carry the added benefit of the harvesting of a real Christmas tree from the family land up Cedar Mountain. This year, that was looking iffy though. In October a huge landslide took out the main road, and the most convenient alternate route is generally not plowed in the winter.
Fortunately, it turned out to be an unusually dry November in Southern Utah this year, making it so the road was passable by my father and his trusty
In short, we found a great tree, and we had a great time. Does it get any better?