Tuesday, November 17, 2009

11/18 Outdoor Wednesday # 45

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Thanksgiving is next Thursday … so here are some turkeys! For those of you traveling … have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!!

Turkeys

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63 comments:

  1. Love those turkeys! I had some great turkey pics last week. They really are a majestic and beautiful bird. Dare I say that they are tasty too? Okay, don't want to go there!

    Christi @ A Southern Life

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  2. Love your turkey pictures!! The local turkeys have been eating acorns like mad the last week or so and come through the back of our property around 4 PM each day. They are such BIG funny looking birds! Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving, Susan! Thanks for hosting each week!

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  4. Oh I really do like your turkey shots Susan!! Hope you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Blessings...

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  5. Happy Thanksgiving!
    These turkey photos are wonderful...and they certainly get us in the mood. My aunt had turkeys visit us during a visit...they apparently thought the hose was a snake, and they kept on one side...until a brave bird jumped it. It was hilarious! Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday!

    Jane (artfully graced)

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  6. Look at those Big Beautiful Turkeys!!! Happy Thanksgiving Susan! Cindy

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving Susan! Love those turkeys! Have a great holiday! Miss Bloomers/Sonia

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  8. Great turkey pictures! Thanks for sharing - and thanks for hosting again this week. Hope you are doing well! :)
    Glenda

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  9. Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday again Susan and Blessings to you and your family for a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    Best wishes, Natasha.
    PS I never realised turkeys were that HUGE!!!!

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Susan!

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  11. Very cool - I tend to forget that not too many centuries ago, they were running wild hither and yon all over this continent. I love the opportunity to see them in the wild.

    Tink *~*~*

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  12. such great pictures! i have wild turkeys in my area too, but never seem to have a camera handy. i just love to see them.

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  13. Nice turkey photos, Susan. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!...Christiine

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  14. Great turkey pictures! We don't celebrate it here but I hope you have a lovely thanksgiving. :)

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  15. Reading your post, I was shocked to hear Thanksgiving is next Thursday. Somewhere in my mind, I still had two or three weeks left til then. I am glad you said that. I needed to wake up! Turkeys look great. Perfect Thanksgiving post.

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  16. Wonderful shots!

    I can't help but feel sorry a wee bit for these creatures. I am always smiling when they show the traditional turkey that was pardoned by the President. :)

    But then I dont think about cows when I eat a burger :) ... LOL just tell me to hush and enjoy your great shots and Blessings to you and yours.

    I am thankful for your time you always give us!!

    Happy Gobble day!
    Claudia
    ♥ ♥

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  17. Ooooh those turkeys make me want to only eat mashed potatoes... hate seeing my meal before I eat it... le sigh!

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  18. Poor turkey's they will be in the oven this Thanksgiving day...

    Great shots of these gobbler necks..

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  19. Hi Suasan! I enjoyed seeing these turkeys in all their glory! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving next week!
    Hugs, Pat

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  20. Wonderful Turkey pictures! Hope you have a terrific Thanksgiving!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  21. I wonder if they can feel that they will be part of the feast soon? Great shots!

    We drove around to see the nature's beauty last week!

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  22. What great photos!
    Hope your life is going better now, Susan.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
    xo bj

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  23. i love the wild turkey you have,nice pictures and HAPPY THANKSGIVING CATHERINE

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  24. Aren't those birds beautiful? I'm going to have to put these photos out of my mind before I sit down to the feast next week!
    Hugs~
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

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  25. Happy thanksgiving Susan! Thanks for hosting outdoor wednesday!!

    Visit me anytime...
    xoxo

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  26. Those are perfect photos for this time of year.

    Mine, this week, is a continuation of our day's trip to the county's Peddler Show...this week, what we bought. LOL
    Click Here

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  27. Such beautiful pictures! So right for the season.
    Alfazema

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  28. Love these pictures Susan. I'm surprised they aren't carrying signs that say "eat more beef". Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and thanks for hosting us each week. Kathy

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  29. Susan, I love the turkey photos. I've always wanted to capture some in "full strut" with my camera.

    Thank you for taking the time to host our Outdoor Wednesdays, and best wishes to you and your family for the best Thanksgiving celebration ever.

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  30. A most appropriate post. I especially like the last photo. Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  31. After seeing your wonderful photos of the turkeys, I'm not to sure I want to have them for dinner.
    Have a delightful Thanks Giving, Susan. And thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday:)

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  32. Love your turkey shots! My parents see a lot of them on their property in Maine. It is so funny to watch them. They also have quite a hierarchy (shall I say pecking order...)!

    Have a fabulous Thanksgiving!

    ~ Tracy

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  33. Maybe those turkeys should run and hide. Great photos and thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday.

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  34. Great photos......of those Turkeys.My husband is actually a Turkey, well I mean he is Turkish. I kid him all the time that those birds are his relatives......One time when my daughter was lil' she overheard me tell him this and she cried that she didn't want to tell her friends that those were her cousins those Turkey birds.
    ........thanks for sharing.

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  35. Where's the beef? The other white meat is pork. Pluck that chicken not me. Gobble, gobble. Wonderful turkey images.
    Joyce M

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  36. Sending Happy Thanksgiving wishes to you too! I enjoy participating in Outdoor Wednesdays ~ thanks for hosting!

    Kindly, ldh

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  37. This is perfect for Thanksgiving!

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  38. I look at your photos and feel gulty even thinking about eating a turkey on Thanksgiving. Happy holiday to you and your family and safe travels. We will be celebrating at home this year in our sweat pants:)
    Joyce

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  39. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

    ~Susan

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  40. Great pics!

    Thanks for hosting

    barbara jean

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  41. Your photos of the turkeys are wonderful. Have a great Outdoor Wednesday.

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  42. I usually see a lot of turkey this time of year but not lately. Wonder where they have all gone? Looks like they headed your way.

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  43. Nice Turkeys! We only have deer here in the city.

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  44. What great photos of these turkeys. They are so regal looking, I can't believe we eat these poor critters at Thanksgiving. Have a great day.
    Karen

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  45. Neat shot, Susan! I love to see turkeys in the wild.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  46. Once we looked out and saw two white turkeys walking through our backyard. Not wild turkeys, but the farm-raised kind. Have no idea where they came from, but believe me, they didn't make it to our table! Any turkey I cook must come already plucked, thank you!

    I always love to see what you choose. I hope these weren't in YOUR backyard!

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  47. Thank you sooooo much for doing Outdoor Wednesday. It has really opened up the blogging world to me and allowed me to find others who love the outdoors as much as me.

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  48. perfect picture for the week before thanksgiving wonder how these guys will fate after next week

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  49. Susan, those turkeys are huge. I wouldn't want to get one of them angry at me! I hope you and yours are doing well. laurie

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  50. Susan ~ Wonderful pictures of the turkeys. I had a wild turkey fly in front of my car not to long ago. Since they can't fly very high or very well, I had to do some "fancy" driving not to hit it! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    http://faeriejan.blogspot.com/2009/11/trees-fresh-air.html

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  52. Morning girl....those turkeys are a beautiful site to behold (of course the burly boys would be in burly heaven to come upon a such site! lol)

    Hope all is well on your side of the mountain my friend and that you and yours have a glorious Thanksgiving! ~Picket~

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  53. I love your turkey pictures-just wanted to tell you this is first time I participated in your carnival. I had such a good time and everyone was so nice. Thank you for hosting.
    vickie

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  54. Perfect shots for the season!

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  55. Those turkeys look good enough to eat LOL missed you Susan ♥ Hopefully I can get some new pictures taken and participate next week! Love ya ♥

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  56. For something that cooks up so delicious, those turkeys aren't exactly beauties in real life! Love the pictures. We have a lot of wild turkeys around here, but oddly enough they seem to hide this time of year....
    Cass

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  57. Thanks for sharing photos of these beautiful birds. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. ~ Sarah

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  58. Oh, my goodness...they look just like the turkey on Johnson Bros. His Majesty china. Too funny! Thanks for the turkey pics!

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  59. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours my friend!!!!! Hope it is one filled with many beautiful memories! ~Picket~

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  60. Many Thanksgiving Blessings to you and your family….Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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