Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Thanksgiving is for the birds...

I haven't been able to get out and take photos.  It is a long story.  Anyway, I dug around and found these photos from a Thanksgiving past.  If those birds only knew...


Happy Thanksgiving!
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12 comments:

  1. Great pictures! I love it, got my first chuckle of the day. Hope you have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. I haven't been able to do any photography either not much around at this time of the year really I mean theres birds but good lord I have taken soo many bird photos I am sure people would be sick of them by now lol Great photos though of turkeys I had to gigle at your words though ! Have a wonderful safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

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  3. I have a stamp that says..."To Gobble or Not to Gobble!" We are the ones that will not be gobbling, but wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving anyway! XOXO

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy your gobble gobble!

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  5. I bet you are busy. Happy Thanksgiving. I love looking at wild turkeys they are very funny.
    B

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  6. These made me think of traveling to the airport the other day and having about seven hens along a very busy expressway eating grit, and taunting those who saw them to the side of the road.Thanks for stopping in!

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  7. 2 funny ~ I love it. Congratulations on your venison harvest. My hubby quit hunting about 8 years ago and it's basically come down to ... if I want it ... I have to go get it.

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  8. Enjoyed your turkey pics. I remember the first wild turkey I saw. He flew across the road and went into the bushes like a torpedo. Hope whatever kept you in is temporary.

    You asked how I heat my greenhouse. Most of the time it doesn't require much heat in this climate. When real winter gets here we will have some nights that require a small electric heater with a thermostat. The worst freezes when we get down to as low as 19 degrees, I bring out s second heater. There are four 50 gallon barrels of water that act as a heat sink to help take up heat during the day and slowly release it at night. It makes from 6 to 8 degrees difference from the outside temps which is significant when temps are down toward freezing. It also helps with summer heat which is more of a problem here. I move everything out when the weather turns hot in the spring.

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  9. Oh this is very cool I would love to be sitting visiting with you having a cup of tea and enjoying your view with you. Awesome. B

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