If you’re traveling to your Thanksgiving dinner, you could see a lot more people on the road than last year. The state’s Triple “A” says one-million, 56-thousand Wisconsinites will venture at least 50 miles from home between next Wednesday and November 26th — and that includes 82-thousand who will fly someplace. The total increase is three-point-four-percent from last year, and the Triple “A” says a strong economy and high consumer confidence are encouraging people to hit the road. Nationally, the auto club projects the highest Thanksgiving travel since 2005 — and it won’t just be families getting together. Wisconsin’s gun deer hunting season takes place the entire holiday weekend, and at least some cheeseheads will fly to Pittsburgh to watch the Packers take on the Steelers.