Liiiiiive from the Adirondack.
We are somewhere north of lunch.
The snow appeared a few hours ago.
We are sitting in the last car, but blogging from the cafe car,which has Wi-Fi.
I love this trip.
Eleven hours on a train are a different country from plane travel.
The lakes are like slate.
Lunch, five hours after breakfast (bacon and egg sandwiches).
There are three sorority-type girls behind me telling each other what they are thankful for. They are eating mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and turkey from deli containers. They have, like, valley girl accents?
One of them is, like thankful for the mashed potatoes?
My kind of girl.
The lady they have befriended and invited to lunch says she is thankful for the big guardian angel that follows her throughout her life.
I am thankful for the Fuji apple and cranberry pies I made last night.
I have seen four deer and a million turkeys
We are at the Canadian border, and must leave the cafe car now.