I want to wish the little, local Voice community a very happy Thanksgiving. We have a lot to be grateful for here. As I wander about town talking to friends and friends-not-yet-met, the feeling that we live in a special place remains as strong as ever even with the problems we know we have.
One of the things I like best about this time of year is the foliage. It is the City of Trees and the season is much longer than the places we think of as foliage-central...New England. Back on Oct. 14th I noted the arrival of the season. Here we are five weeks later watching the ginkos and Japanese maples finally turning. In New England, the season is usually a week or two long before the winds and rain take the leaves. Not in B'game. We have a durable season and a durable town. Enjoy the time off.