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Old 05-09-2013, 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by judesmama View Post
LOL! How scary but what a story to tell on Thanksgiving, huh!?! I am a vegetarian and for some reason, I love to see wild turkeys.. always reminds me of Thanksgiving. Kinda odd and a bit morbid, I suppose!
I haven't met one face to face (I hope I don't---they're supposed to be vicious brutes!), but I've seen them occasionally from my car or from inside the house. They make me think of Thanksgiving, too!

I wonder if homeowners insurance covers damage from wild turkeys?

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Originally Posted by Christmasstar View Post
I would have caught the turkey and had him for supper, after all he was the one who dropped in!

Lunch time! I wonder what I should have....
How about a nice turkey sandwich?
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