Thanksgiving in New York

Now that the kids all live on the east coast Thanksgiving has become a time of travel (albeit expensive travel). Since the kids generally come west for Christmas we head east to enjoy Turkey day. This year we traveled to New York where all the kids joined us to spend Thanksgiving with Hillary’s aunt Teresa in Ulster Park (slightly up state NY). We booked an AirBnB in Kingston (about 8 miles from Ulster Park) which was right on the Hudson River. The AirBnB was a third-floor apartment and plenty big for all six of us. Here are some photos.

View of the Hudson River from our AirBnB

Master bedroom of our AirBnB

Livingroom of our AirBnB

Kitchen of our AirBnB

Hudson River in Kingston

Kingston, NY

Kingston AirBnB (second building from the left)

Front door to our AirBnB

Hillary’s aunt Teresa loves to cook, and cuts no corners (I envy her her kitchen). This is the second time she has hosted us for Thanksgiving, and the Italian flavor of the meal was again evident. Both times dinner began with a traditional wedding soup that was absolutely delicious. Noodles were made from scratch (also true for the pasta we had the next night) and were amazing. Turkey was perfect….I could go on (I’ll show some photos instead). Not sure how anyone had room for pie at the end. All in all a delightful day.

Theo & Sean having some pie

Theo chilling out

Teresa hard at work preparing Thanksgiving dinner

Teresa's house in Ulster Park

Sean & Carlie ready to eat

Hillary's mom (far left) serving it up

Hillary (far right) and some of her family

Hanging out before dinner

Family after dinner photo

Even the dog is ready for a nap

Carlie in the Thanksgiving spirit

After hanging out in Kingston and Ulster Park for a couple days Sean & Carlie headed back to Virgina and we took Ryan and Hillary back to NYC. Since our flight back to PDX did not leave until 9 pm we got to see Ryan & Hillary’s apartment in Queens and have dinner at a really good Mexican restaurant called Casa Enrique. All-in-all a wonderful trip.










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