Tag Archives: Turkeys
It’s been a few years since we raised turkeys and I’ve missed having them around. They’re such funny creatures and have quite entertaining personalities. We often see wild turkeys around. … Continue reading
My mind didn’t fully focus on Thanksgiving this year until the last minute. This last week, full of meetings and a trip to Portland left me a bit discombobulated. Almost … Continue reading
This morning, Paul found an unexpected sight in the garage. The turkey dudettes broke free of their brooder last night. These three were strolling about the garage. Another couple took … Continue reading
I spent the most glorious hour this evening sitting at the edge of the duck pond, sun dipping lower in the sky, with a glass of wine and my book. … Continue reading
Meet the next generation of Turkey Dudes! We brought home six (yes 6) week-old white turkey chicks today. They’re cute little things – friendly with very gentle, trusting eyes. They’d … Continue reading
Unlike some other turkeys, our birds did not get a pardon. Thanks the turkey has been resting in the fridge since Sunday. Chris went off to freezer camp. I’m not … Continue reading
Today was turkey harvest day. We have been putting this off for a variety of reasons. Too rainy. Too cold – not exactly odd for November in Maine. Too busy. … Continue reading
It was a blustery October weekend here. Windy enough to strip the autumn colors from the trees and make me appreciate how quickly autumn is passing. Feeling the pressure, we … Continue reading
Suddenly, autumn is showing her colors. We had our first scrape-your-windows hard frost last week. On October 5th – can you believe it? Entirely too early for comfort. That snap … Continue reading
The Turkey Dudes moved out of the garage today! Hooray! Paul mucked out the meat chicken run and got it set up for the Turkey Dudes with a little shelter … Continue reading
The three day weekend gave us lots of time to work on home projects. It’s a bit scary that summer will soon be over!
They're still too cute to think about serving up at Thanksgiving!