Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Thanksgiving in Selma


I just returned from celebrating Thanksgiving in Selma, Alabama. Since I wrote about the plantation in previous post I'll spare you and just share a few pictures from this year event that 52 family members attended. Some of my husbands cousins and their family members.

Husband bring out one of the many desserts that were offered this year.


Main house on the plantation that the family gathers in. It has a full wrap around porch that this year we were able to sit and eat outside for the weather was beautiful.
To make us feel at home when we arrived a personalized name plate hung from one of the storage buildings that we hook up our camper too.
The little ones love seeing all the animals on the plantation.
Here I'm not only playing with the cats but trying to picking up pecans after hundreds fell after a windy night.

2 comments:

Perky Nihilist said...

It looks so beautiful there.

I've never seen a pecan tree. I bet they smell wonderful.

Dawn B said...

It looks very peaceful there. I to live in the country and wouldn't trade it for anything. I love being "out" from everything.