Yes, Thanksgiving is one of the worst holidays for traveling there is. Not only are millions of people taking to the roads/skies/rails, but there is often the risk of snow to foul things up even more.
ABC News correspondent Neal Karlinsky experienced that first hand last week during his Thanksgiving trek. A short drive from the airport with his daughter and mother turned into a six-hour ordeal.
Luckily, he recorded the experience for future generations:
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