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Saturday, November 7, 2009

Turkey, Your Days are Numbered

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I think this one's trying to hide in plain sight!

17 comments:

  1. mouth watering...i mean...how interesting....we are camping on a farm in NC this weekend...there are several turkeys strutting in their full regalia...little do they know.

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  2. That is so funny! We get the wild turkeys around here too, but I've never seen one standing like that.

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  3. this made me smile, betsy! i also love the look on the woman's face who is passing by.

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  4. That was funny.;) Hope you are having a great Sunday.;)
    xo

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  5. The turkey looks like it wants to be a peacock!

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  6. They really are pretty birds huh!

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  7. that is hysterical! I see them all the time around here and have never seen one like that. Too funny!

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  8. LMAO at Brian! He is really roughing it at camp! hahahaha!

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  9. we had seven wild turkeys in our back yard this morning. They live in the national forest abutting our property and are often in the yard. Today they were pecking at gravel for their gullets. They are so lovely.

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  10. awww...poor plump turkey.

    Turkey, he you, start dieting! It;s not too late!!! :)

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  11. LOL!!! This is hilarious...He looks so proud:-)

    We see many around here. I've only eaten wild turkey once and because they're so lean, they dry out very quickly and shouldn't be overcooked.

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  12. Christine ~ I agree! And doesn't it look like it's wearing heels? Too funny!

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  13. Cali Girl ~ sounds like a beautiful site! I don't think I've ever seen a wild one before!

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  14. Oh Betsy that was just too funny!! Looks like that Turkey was almost making a fashion statement.

    I also adore Norman Rockwell's paintings. What a nice touch to add that!

    LOL:Wanda

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  15. I keep seeing turkeys in the woods as I drive here and there. I'm still not used to seeing them wild.

    That photo is great. I think I need a print for my Thanksgiving decorations.

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  16. Carolyn ~ feel free to take the picture...I got it from google! :)

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