Tuesday, November 20, 2012

11/21 Outdoor Wednesday # 202

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

Reminder: Do NOT link in until after your post is up.

2. Add your Name and the Permalink to your post (NOT your general blog address) in “Mr. Linky”. For help with permalink see HERE.

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Starting around Thanksgiving…. and going through the end of December…. I am going to include/encourage everyone to share their outdoor AND indoor Christmas (Holiday) decorations for Outdoor Wednesdays.

Greenery in the form of trees, wreaths and garland are from outside…… and they are inside for the holidays… yes, I am stretching the definition of Outdoor Wednesday…. but I can!!!

Other Outdoor photos are welcome (as usual).

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It is Thanksgiving week so I thought I would share some pictures of some turkeys.

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I hope you are surrounded by friends and family this week and have a Happy Thanksgiving! For all those who will be on the road, safe travels!

Happy-Thanksgiving

Don’t forget to visit other Outdoor Wednesday participants by clicking on their links. Check back later to make certain you visit all the Outdoor Wednesday participants.

HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PARTICIPANTS:

21 comments:

  1. Love the photos! I've been driving around today trying the find a turkey to photograph... I always see them when I don't have my camera! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. Thanks so much for hosting once
    again and
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and
    your family.
    Sandy

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  3. Those turkeys I hope do not end up on the dinner table! They look so happy strutting and showing their stuff........Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks as always for hosting. I like the changes you made for your parties for the holidays!

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  4. Great turkey pictures. Thanks for hosting.
    Rob

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  5. Wow, that last guy is one impressive turkey!

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  6. Love the turkey pictures. Hoping that you and yours have a Very Happy Thanksgiving.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  7. Awesome photos!
    I've seen wild turkeys on several occasions during mating season..the gobbling and strutting are amazing to watch!
    nice post!
    happy thanksgiving!
    Loui♥

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  8. Great photos, we mainly see frozen turkeys in the supermarkets for Christmas Dinner.
    Best wishes for a happy family Thanksgiving.

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  9. Susan, thank you for hosting this every week and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving
    thanks for hosting

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  11. Wonderful post for the 'season' ~ great photos of beautiful turkeys ~ thanks for hosting ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  12. Big beautiful turkeys, Happy Thanksgiving to you too.
    Ann

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  13. I just found your link-up, and I LOVE the idea of posting and sharing outdoor photos!! :) The turkeys are awesome, is that near your home? We see wild turkeys, but never that close! Have a great day!!

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  14. Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving. Thanks for hosting this great party!

    We've decided to forego turkey this year and mix it up a bit. I'm sure the turkeys in the photo would be happy to know that. :)

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  15. Happy Thanksgiving for you! We don't celebrate this here, but we have a lot of celebrations commemorating also Thanksgiving. Are those turkeys from a farm?

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  16. We have turkeys wandering our neighborhood, and I have come to realize how beautiful they really are....Happy Thanxgiving to you and yours..

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  17. We in Canada have Turkeys that are wild, black and ugly

    I too wonder if these turkeys are from a turkey Farm?

    They are rather pretty. If we can say Pretty for a turkey?

    Sure are mighty delicious when cooked.


    Nice T.G. shots.

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  18. Sorry but kaia 44 has wrong link. 45 is correct. Can you fix it?

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