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Thanksgiving in Chicago by Ann Treacy
December 26, 2010, 10:07 pm
Filed under: Chicago

We arrived in Chicago on Thanksgiving. We had two turkeys (one deep-fried) and a ham. Really we had enough food for about 100 people – I think there were about 25 people there: us and a lot of Dan’s family.

We packed up snack packs for the homeless. All of the kids helped. Nothing like a little assembly line work to build up an appetite.

The next day we went to a kid’s improv show. The younger kids loved it; the older kids got busted having to play the teen dragon. The improv group did a really good time and I have to think that kid-friendly improv is not always that easy.

As always we ended our trip with an amazing meal for the adults at some restaurant that I can’t remember – but I have to say that bring your own would be an excellent idea for restaurants in the Twin Cities!

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