Nikki Forbes of Asheville, N.C., wore a turkey hat as she passed through the terminal at Denver International Airport early Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. Travelers were crisscrossing the country that day, clogging airport terminals in a rush to reach their Thanksgiving Day destinations.
Nikki Forbes of Asheville, N.C., wore a turkey hat as she passed through the terminal at Denver International Airport early Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. Travelers were crisscrossing the country that day, clogging airport terminals in a rush to reach their Thanksgiving Day destinations. David Zalubowski AP
Nikki Forbes of Asheville, N.C., wore a turkey hat as she passed through the terminal at Denver International Airport early Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. Travelers were crisscrossing the country that day, clogging airport terminals in a rush to reach their Thanksgiving Day destinations. David Zalubowski AP

We now know how awkward Thanksgiving 2016 was. Visits were cut short by 74 million hours.

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