Like most Americans throughout the world, my friends and family in Cody will be gathering for feasting, football and fellowship on Thanksgiving Day, and I can hardly wait. It is my favorite day of the year.
It is a tradition in my house, like millions of others, to go around the table and share some of the things we are most thankful for. I look forward to this pre-feasting tradition as much as that first bite of well-brined, traditionally roasted turkey.
As I reflect upon the past year here in Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country I realize I have a very long list of things to share. Here are a few:I am thankful to be an American. And in being thankful for my good fortune to be born here I hold in my thoughts those throughout the world who are not so fortunate. I am thankful for the farmers and ranchers throughout the region without whom our feast would not be possible. I am thankful for my family turkey stuffing recipe. Although we finally heeded the advice of the turkey experts to bake the stuffing outside of the bird, the stuffing recipe has Read More