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Mimi--I agree with you 1000000%~
We often see flocks of wild turkeys on the hills around here....I never think of them as real "turkey".
Thank you, Jacques. :)
great patti, i love it
Thank you, Ank and Pat. :)
Celeste-- that's such a funny story! I remember the show vaguely, but didn't know about that episode. Thanks for sharing it!
I remember an old TV show called "WKRP in Cincinnati" and on one of the episodes, for Thanksgiving they let a whole bunch of turkeys fall from a helicopter.. what was funny was no one knew turkeys couldn't fly.
(they said no turkeys was actually hurt) but was still funny.
LOve it thanks Patti
Love the photo, but I agree with Mimi.
Me too, Mimi. And thanks.
I have always been convinced that all the meat we eat is born in those packages at the grocery store. Please do not disabuse me of that notion! Great puzzle.
Awww, thank you for that story, Laura. I would have had a hard time with that, too.
When I was in Uganda, I got to know the turkey the pastor was raising out in the back of the house. I sat outside reading my Bible and the turkey came near me. Sometimes I talked to him. This went on for months. Then Christmas came around and we all sat down to a beautiful dinner. Yes, you guessed it. I was so sad, I could hardly choke the turkey down. Shoot.
Thank you, PG, Shirley, Chickie, Roseheather, and TS!
These are beautiful, too bad they're gonna get baked, fried and stuffed soon! Thanks, PLG!
And that special time for being grateful is approaching. Good puzzle and statement. Thank you. ; )
Aren't they beautiful? Thanks PLG.
Don't mind a bit of Turkey, Thanks Patti
Look at all those tasty young men. Table for four is now ready.
Thanks, Gladstone. :)
Looking good. Thanks.
(photo is a rerun) -- oops -- that's Anthony