Saturday, April 1, 2017

MEANWHILE HERE IN THE HOOD


THE HOODITES
ARE ALL IN A DITHER
THERE SEEMS TO BE A FLOCK
OF WILD TURKEYS 
WHO HAVE MOVED IN.

SMART TURKEYS--IT'S TURKEY HUNTING SEASON!

THIS IMMEDIATELY BEGAN
ME HUMMING
TURKEY IN THE HOOD





AND THEN

THERE WAS

TUESDAY NIGHT'S STORM



6 comments:

  1. It must be lovely seeing wild turkeys around. Over here we have Canada geese which migrate every year from the West, and of course our native swans and wild ducks.

    Hopefully you did not have much damage after the storm.

    God bless you.

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    1. I had no damage beyond small limbs and leaves, Victor and oh yes, picking up the chair which was blown off the porch !
      Blessings, My Friend!

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  2. Hello from Tennessee, where we have had some crazy weather including storms, trees down, etc. I am visiting from Linda's blog (New York) and perhaps we can become friends here. We have the Lord Jesus Christ in common for sure!......another Linda!

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    1. Thanks for popping by, Another Linda--LOL! LOVE your blog title--how I love to go junking!! Stopping by your place today!
      Blessings!

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  3. I had to giggle...here we are dealing with the gonking/wonk wonk of the Canadian geese, and not to mention the pigeons that sit on top of the Armory steeples. Your wild turkeys are sight to behold, as are your vultures in Texas too...lol

    Glad you have no storm damage--and waving to Linda Eller who left you a comment. You'll like her, she lives in Chattanooga. smiles

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    1. The bird friends seem to have been swept away with the storm, Linda! OR some sneaky hunter in the dark of night--GASP!
      Blessings,Friend!

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