Welcome to Frisco's Thanksgiving Day Party!
Celebrating Frisco, his family, and friends,
in an Internet Thanksgiving Party!
This page was last updated on: November 10, 2021
Fall is the start of hunting season. Frisco says:
"For safety's sake: WEAR ORANGE!"
Tawny Chinooks are the color of fall leaves, deer, and coyotes! Frisco says: dress your Chinooks in blaze orange when headed out!
New Hampshire Hunting Lodge with
Crystal, Honey and Kali.
Frisco is crazy about turkey!
Frisco's favorite turkey jokes:
Why did the turkey cross the road?
Why did they let the turkey join the band?
Why did the police arrest the turkey?
Fall starts racing season.
Frisco and Kali's first race!
Frisco as a young and handsome boy.
Frances Billington (relation unkown)
John Billington (son)
Dorothy May Bradford (wife)
Mary Brewster (wife)
Wrestling Brewster (son)
Mary Chilton (unknown relation)
John Cooke (son)
John Crackston (son)
Sarah Eaton (wife)
Samuel Eaton (son)
(first name unkown) Ely (sailor)
Ann Fuller (wife)
Dr. Samuel Fuller(not related)
Damaris Hopkins(daughter )
Oceanis Hopkins(son -
born during voyage)
Joseph Mullins (son)
Joan Tilley(John's wife)
Elizabeth Tilley (daughter)
(The wife Thomas tinker, name unknown)
(The son Thomas tinker, name unknown)
(two sons of john Turner, unkown)
Master Richard Warren
Susana White (wife)
Gilbert Winslow (Brother)
(not responsible for content)
To commemorate this Thanksgiving Holiday . . . .
Let sleeping dogs lie . . . .
Arlo Guthrie's 1967 epic song "Alice's Restaurant" is a Thanksgiving tradition, played on National Public Radio at noon each Thanksgiving holiday. If you've ever wondered about the complete lyrics to this 18 minute song and the history behind the song, visit:
Fall Fun in the White Mountains