I am excited to report that I will be in England for Thanksgiving week. I plan to spend a day at the Huntingdon Archives with Simon Neal researching some Howland family records for a project commissioned by the Pilgrim John Howland Society. Then, in support of a documentary that is being filmed, I will make a visit to Upper Clatford, Winchester, and Hursley locations (Stephen Hopkins related sites). After that, I plan to do a tour of the Scrooby/Gainsborough/Austerfield/Reford locations (where Brewster and Bradford were from, and where the Pilgrim church formed), and for Thanksgiving Day plan to be at the 'Illuminate Day' event there for some of the 'warm-up' activities that have already started in preparation for the 'Mayflower 400' anniversary in 2020. It appears I might get behind-the-scenes tours (not generally open to the public) of both Scrooby Manor and the Mullins House in Dorking. And, if time permits, I plan to spend a half-day at the National Archives with Simon Neal, and perhaps a bit at the Merchant Taylor's Hall in London and the Mayflower Pub. Assuming I can muster up the required network connectivity, I do plan to tweet pictures throughout the trip at various 'Pilgrim sites', so please follow me on Twitter if you have any interest in seeing those pictures.