After lunch we used water bottles as pins and a nice round pumpkin (Baylor's Halloween pumpkin) for a ball, and bowled down our hallway. Sadie was the winner and Calvin was the most enthusiastic, actually splitting the pumpkin in two on his last roll (or perhaps it was more of a throw).
Later the kids watched a movie while the adults played Balderdash. I have to say, I'm a pretty accomplished liar. I destroyed the the other players with an eleven point lead. Of course, you'll never know if that is, in fact, true.
We finished the evening with more eating and chatting. Miraculously, we had electricity the whole day. It's not exactly the same thing as what we grew up with, but we're starting to be comfortable with our new traditions and even enjoy them. Baylor and Harper will one day be in the States thinking, "Thanksgiving is just not the same when it's so cold."