Oh my : )WOW!We did not kill the bird we ate.We spent it with our family and it was nearly perfect!What is not to love about stuffing?
Really? Getting a turkey at the market wasn't OK? Not sure why hunting is elevated to such a prideful thing . . . .
wranglerkate-do you not think that they kill the meat that you get at the market? I love the pic-should be framed!
so funny I used the exact same title for my post today! yours looked magnificent!
Great photo.... :o) I agree - it needs to be framed....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin
Wow, did not see the turkey at first. That's a big bird.
That is an AWESOME picture! We bought our bird, but yours is way cooler!
Not that for sure.
What a great photo! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving!Jodi
I loved this family photo! Fabulous . . .
I went to Trader Joes and shot myself a stuffed turkey breast. Then went and picked wild green beans in the veggie section and waded through the cranberry bog at Albertsons. Actually I did make my own cranberry sauce and baked some potatoes. My mom and husband said the dinner was great.( I don';t think I've made Thanksgiving dinner in all of the 10 years Guy and I have been married.) Anywho it was a nice peaceful holiday. Happy Holidays to you and yoursLove,leslie
This rings very "Rockwell" to me!I hope that you place it in one of your FAB frames and display it with posterity.~Lynne [w/L]P.S. Also hoping to pop into R&R on Friday...gotta convince the men to detour on the way to Leavenworth.
I'm impressed! It nice to know exactly where your food came from and how it's processed! Awesome photo - definitely frame it
Cool photo~ I love that Cody has the gun, was he the one that brought it down? ;-) I have been posting photos of wild turkeys on my blog, there is a large flock in our area and they were on my roof earlier this week! About freaked me out!! But our turkey came from Safeway, I'm afraid.....
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