Now that Christmas is over I’m finally getting a chance to post the Thanksgiving photos. Funny how time works. For Thanksgiving we spent the weekend at a wonderful home in Ghent, New York where we cooked, ate, stared into the fire and played some brutal rounds of spades. It was a perfect holiday, only to be followed by a perfect Christmas. I truly love this time of year, even with all of it’s expectations and demands I still think it is magical. I hope you all enjoyed your time with friends and family. We’re off to the Robert Frank show now to get inspired before it goes down on January 3rd. Don’t miss it.
THANKSGIVING IN GHENT, NEW YORK
The lake on the property with tree reflection.
Corinna and Rory on a walk. As Rory said, “It looks a bit Miller’s Crossing.”
A preview of what’s to come in the kitchen.
Chicken in the orchard.
The orchard next to the house.
Rory atÂ Olana.
All photos byÂ John von Pamer
I’m looking forward to posting more in the New Year. I have a goal of at least three posts a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and am looking into a new camera so I don’t have to rely so heavily on John’s gorgeous photos as he is in the process of launching his own blog! I can’t wait to check in on that every day. Since I’ve had some time this weekend I’ve had a chance to delve into the world of blogging and it really is impressive. It’s such an interesting format, I am really enjoying looking into everyone’s ideas and thoughts. Hope you have a wonderful week filled with many more parties and evenings with friends. See you soon.