Turkey Time II

Turkey Time is almost here and this time it is the bird not the country. Earlier this month I talked about an upcoming trip to Turkey that I was planning in my post Turkey Time.

The trip is still half a year off, but the time to eat turkey is upon us.

I have had a busy evening, so you just get some tempting pictures of turkey tonight.

Thanksgiving Turkey - Thanksgiving Feast - Canadian ThanksgivingHow about a turkey with an orange glaze? This turkey was really good. I had it a couple years ago when I visited friends in Groveland.

Last year while visiting I saw a bunch of Wild Turkeys.

Flock of Wild Turkeys - Groveland, California - Thanksgiving - Turkey TimeI have better pictures of wild turkeys that I have taken at my office. We work near some open space and we often see wild turkeys.

Wild Turkey - Thanksgiving - Dublin, California - Turkey on CarThey like to stand on top of cars sometimes. They leave a mess and also a few scratches.

For lunch today our director treated us to a nice meal of turkey and all the trimmings. It was really good. I am looking forward to another one on Thursday with some friends.

Wild Turkey Head - Dublin, California - ThanksgivingI will leave you with one more picture of a wild turkey. I used this one in a post on my Pilgrim Ancestry. I plan to write more about my Pilgrim ancestry this year. Perhaps tomorrow.

Also, not to leave out my Canadian readers. You can read the post I wrote earlier this year about Canadian Thanksgiving.


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5 Responses to Turkey Time II

  1. Lyle Krahn says:

    Great turkey photos. Enjoy the time.

  2. Boomdeeadda says:

    They look so happy out there, standing around on cars. Happy Thanksgiving Steven.

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