Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Wild Turkey Wednesday

Alternately titled: You thought my tweet was an exaggeration.
Alternately titled: Would my sheriff neighbor notice if I went on a turkey hunt within city limits?
Alternately titled: Do people actually eat wild turkey?
Alternately titled: I wonder if they're friends with these guys?

21 comments:

Amy said...

OMG Tiff!, I had to come out of google-reader hiding to say, SHEESH!

Baseballs and Tutu's said...

How "wild" is that? I've never seen anything like it!

rachael said...

oh my gosh, there are SO many!

Brittany said...

Girl... to me, wild turkey tastes just like porkchops! I love the stuff - my hubby is a hunter (saves me a massive amount on meat products) and we are all about turkey and deer meat!

Love it! Apparently you are the wild turkey whisperer!

Kelly said...

I've seen that many before. But it was in the middle of nowhere and they were crossing the road to get to the other side. hehe

Sarah said...

(S)o........did you get out your (s)hotgun?

Alicia said...

Oh my!! My husband would be in hog heaven!!! I mean TURKEY heaven!

t h a i t r a i t said...

This is awesome. It gives a whole new meaning to the word 'locavore'...seriously, girl, you could live for a year on these! Love it!

And thanks for your exceedingly [s]weet comments a moment a go.

t h a i t r a i t said...

ago

Ha!

gina said...

What the ?!??

My friend Dawn in California- recently posted a similar pic. Poor things are getting run out their natural habitat.

Stacey said...

No way Tiff! Honestly I can't even count how many feathered friends you have outside your door! WOW. Do you neighbors have them too?? Never had Wild Turkey but Tom goes Turkey hunting every spring in Western SD. Intersting! Do the kids love them??

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

Oh my goodness! Look at them all!

Kristin said...

Are you kidding me?!? I would be inclined to run outside and do my very best "Gobble, gobble!" Are they hiding at your place until after Thanksgiving?

Liz said...

wow...that is crazy...is this a normal occurence?

Candace Jean July 16 said...

eewwwww!!! Do they taste like chicken? And did they leave "gifts" behind? Sheriff neighbor = gun. Call him. Free dinner.

Lori said...

hee hee! funny!

our son's preschool class will have a visit from a live turkey from a turkey farm this week...but...well, he can't go back to the farm after that...would be considered contaminated. so they are donating to a processing local butcher...and the following week for the kids' thanksgiving feast...well, you get the idea. they are, yes, having turkey, if ya know what i mean!

ps no kids will be any the wiser

Anonymous said...

I would love to gooble one up!! Gosh, deer in the back yard and gooblers in the front. Do you live on a reservation?

Jessica said...

Sheesh! Is that seriously your yard?!
Gobble. Gobble.

Following Him said...

Tiff-Got your comment on my blog and Hollie Anderson over at Drama Mama redid the background. I actually won it in a blog makeover contest and she DID DO A FABULOUS job. Here blog is: http://andersonarmy.blogspot.com/

She usually has blog makeover contests every other week.

As for the paper comment, if it was avaliable, I would so buy some too :)
~Elyse~

nancygrayce said...

Those look fairly tame and unafraid of people! I did eat wild turkey once and it was wonderful! I was expecting it to be horrible, but no, it was good.

Lisa-Kate said...

Whoa! Get ready for Thanksgiving!