Wednesday, October 13, 2010


The red-hatted turkey tries to communicate with the turkey that's in the chokey, while the other two turkeys hang back at a comfortable distance.

This was last Sunday at a small pumpkin farm that's less than a minute down the road from us. It was so hot outside and it seemed off that we were amongst pumpkins in almost 90 degree heat. We left with only 2 small pumpkins. We're keeping it real and not buying our big pumpkins until the temps drop.

2 Responses to “Turkeys”

  1. Anonymous7:02 AM

    I like this picture a lot.

    No comments about Justin being a "jive turkey."

    The Mayor

  2. I think it is important for parents and kids to have "bonding time". An activity that both parents and kids can enjoy and maybe even learn from. This will help each one to actually get to know one another and communicate better. I like the picture that you posted. Somehow I think your daughter was a bit scared but, since she saw that Dad was they were harmless (the turkeys) and getting close to them, teaches her how to be strong and courageous. I also like taking my son to the zoo and other places, especially those places that he hesitates about.



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