The natural world around me, both a few steps and a few miles, away.
Your window is very clean, Auntie Louise... if you look out one of my lady's windows you'd see spots! Tee hee.
What a treat Louise to be able to see wild turkeys in your backyard!Yes, we are lucky to have water, water everywhere.Jim
Yes, looks like a good day for a nap and/or a good book. Here it's HOT and muggy and sunny, also a good day for a nap.... :-) Maybe the ladies have retired too?
When I saw the photo, I said "OH! The turkeys are back"! It was fun just to see the photo; it must be a thrill to see them in your own back yard.
I went over to Brunswick Maryland today and they're working on the bridge so one lane is closed. As I sat on the bridge waiting for the light to change, a bald eagle flew over--I was thrilled, I've not seen one in a very long time. Cool huh??
I love turkeys. Saw 3 huge buzzards today out in the country. "Shudder"..
Your turkeys are very persistant. Mine have moved on, apparently. It's funny that such big birds are quite shy.
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