Thanksgiving Q&A |

Thanksgiving Q&A

Age: 60Hometown: Ann Arbor, Mich. (A Glenwood resident for 13 years)Occupation: LibrarianTurkey day plans: Big dinner, surrounded by friends.What Thanksgiving dish do you make really well? Pumpkin maple mousse.Which one could you do without? Yams, I dont care what you do to them, blecch.What are you thankful for? Oh, my new, beautiful, perfect grandson.

Age: 56Hometown: Glenwood SpringsOccupation: Owner of Good Health Natural GroceryTurkey day plans: My sons coming home, and were baking a turkey. My sons bringing his fiance.What Thanksgiving dish do you make really well? My wife cooks the Thanksgiving meal. I do the dishes.Which one could you do without? I ODd on turkey as a kid, so I could pass on turkey forever.What are you thankful for? Just everything. Family, wife, just everything.

Age: 15Hometown: Glenwood SpringsOccupation: Go to school, bike ride. We ski, jump in the river.Turkey day plans: Eating some turkey, getting together with my fam. Then were going to Denver for a game at CU.What Thanksgiving dish do you make really well? My mom is bomb at making the stuffing.Which one could you do without? Green beans, definitely.What are you thankful for? For a healthy family. For a warm place to sleep at night. And just for the beauty around us. And my best friends, Catlyn Bowles and Emily Gorman.

Age: 52Hometown: Leadville (A Glenwood resident since 1968)Occupation: Seasonal work for the city. I do all the flowers downtown and stuff.Turkey day plans: Were going to my mothers in Grand Junction, so I can cook.What Thanksgiving dish do you make really well? I love making those dinner rolls with pion nuts and parmesan cheese.Which one could you do without? Sweet potatoes, nasty things. And pumpkin pie. I do not like those.What are you thankful for? Oh, I can sound so clich Family, and Im thankful for the friends I have made, and my husband, he puts up with me. And the community. I think we live in a charming community.

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