Boundary County gives thanks

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  • Casey Cavender’s daughter, Harper, approved of her Thanksgiving dinner this year. Courtesy photos

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    COURTESY PHOTO Beverly Pinard said that she and her family had a fantastic Thanksgiving, spending it in Newport, Oregon with family.

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    COURTESY PHOTO “Three generations of food babies!” said Tami Elizabeth. “Lily Perry, Sarah Perry, Jordyn Turner, Tami Turner, and Julia Perry... all the ladies in my family keeping it real.”

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    COURTESY PHOTO Shelbi Hunt, Ellen Smith, Hunter Smith enjoying Thanksgiving together this year.

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    Mila Albarracin shared this photo of their Thanksgiving dinner this year — Frogmore Stew. For more holiday photos from Boundary County residents, see page A10.

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    COURTESY PHOTO Kari Anne Bradford shared that their tradition is to get everyone with cool whip, and every year they take turns for who will be the attacker. One of her little sisters, Sarah, started it this year and she got everyone except Bradford’s husband. She only had a little cool whip on the tip of her fingers but he wouldn’t get anywhere near her, so Bradford jumped in — deciding cool whip wouldn’t be good enough — and got a whole vanilla cheesecake pie. Then her husband quickly turned the tables. She said that things got a little sticky at her mom’s house this year.

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    COURTESY PHOTO Tom Chaney said he was thankful for all his friends and family. Pictured is “The Chaney Clan”- Michele, Evelynn, William, Tom, and Gunther.

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    COURTESY PHOTO Lisa Kellogg Carle shared that she had the best Thanksgiving ever, welcoming her grandchild into the world. Wesson Bradley Carle was born at 12:42 p.m. on Thanksgiving afternoon. He is the son of Warren Carle and Samantha Carle. He weighed eight pounds, 7 ounces and was 22 inches long at birth. He is welcomed by big sister, Kenzie Mutter. Grandparents are Lisa Carle and Chad Carle, and Robert Stuurmans and Annette Stuurmans.

  • Casey Cavender’s daughter, Harper, approved of her Thanksgiving dinner this year. Courtesy photos

  • 1

    COURTESY PHOTO Beverly Pinard said that she and her family had a fantastic Thanksgiving, spending it in Newport, Oregon with family.

  • 2

    COURTESY PHOTO “Three generations of food babies!” said Tami Elizabeth. “Lily Perry, Sarah Perry, Jordyn Turner, Tami Turner, and Julia Perry... all the ladies in my family keeping it real.”

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    COURTESY PHOTO Shelbi Hunt, Ellen Smith, Hunter Smith enjoying Thanksgiving together this year.

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    Mila Albarracin shared this photo of their Thanksgiving dinner this year — Frogmore Stew. For more holiday photos from Boundary County residents, see page A10.

  • 5

    COURTESY PHOTO Kari Anne Bradford shared that their tradition is to get everyone with cool whip, and every year they take turns for who will be the attacker. One of her little sisters, Sarah, started it this year and she got everyone except Bradford’s husband. She only had a little cool whip on the tip of her fingers but he wouldn’t get anywhere near her, so Bradford jumped in — deciding cool whip wouldn’t be good enough — and got a whole vanilla cheesecake pie. Then her husband quickly turned the tables. She said that things got a little sticky at her mom’s house this year.

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    COURTESY PHOTO Tom Chaney said he was thankful for all his friends and family. Pictured is “The Chaney Clan”- Michele, Evelynn, William, Tom, and Gunther.

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    COURTESY PHOTO Lisa Kellogg Carle shared that she had the best Thanksgiving ever, welcoming her grandchild into the world. Wesson Bradley Carle was born at 12:42 p.m. on Thanksgiving afternoon. He is the son of Warren Carle and Samantha Carle. He weighed eight pounds, 7 ounces and was 22 inches long at birth. He is welcomed by big sister, Kenzie Mutter. Grandparents are Lisa Carle and Chad Carle, and Robert Stuurmans and Annette Stuurmans.

The Bonners Ferry Herald asked people in the community to share their Thanksgiving photos and stories.

From frogmore stew to whipped cream fights, food babies to brand new babies, it was obvious that Thanksgiving was a happy time for these contributors.

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