Thanksgiving is coming.
I know what you’re thinking. We haven’t even hit Halloween yet. (Are your kids’ costumes finished?) The calendar will turn to November first and Halloween will be a distant memory. There will be very little time to catch your breath before you’re packing a suitcase to head to Grandma’s house.
Traveling with kids is challenging enough. Throw the busiest travel days of the year …
When colorful leaves assert themselves and eventually descend upon us Northeasterners we realize that fall is here. And before we know it, colorful relatives assert themselves and descend upon us, clueing us in that Thanksgiving is here and fall is almost over.
As parents we don’t even have to ask how the season got away from us so quickly. We went from Labor Day to Columbus Day to apoplectic Halloween prep to exponentially more apoplectic Thanksgiving prep without sitting down. Not once.
Happy Thanksgiving! We traveled to Sun Valley, Idaho this year for early skiing. I’m thrilled to report that travel logistics were easy and oddly enough, our plane wasn’t full. Reports are that people made an effort to travel on off-peak days this year to get better pricing and avoid the crowds.
If you have travel plans this season, be sure and check out our holiday travel tips.