Tuesday, November 23

Farm-raised

We drove out to the country today to pick up our free-range turkey for Thursday's dinner. (This one apparently has a pardon for now.)

It was a beautiful afternoon here with temperatures in the mid-60's, and on the way we crossed a charming intersection where I just had to hop out when I saw this tractor . . .

And this building . . .

And this covered bridge.

This goose has another month . . . and then . . . well, you know.

Wishing you all a blessed and bountiful Thanksgiving!

18 comments:

  1. ooooooooooooo
    lurkey turkey
    and all that...

    happy
    to you and yours,
    xox - eb.

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  2. Hey there,
    Have a fabulous holiday weekend!

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  3. mmmm good... lovely and picturesque... happy thanksgiving! xx's

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  4. How wonderful to be out in the country!
    Lovely photos as ever.
    Wishing you and your a most happy and turkey filled Thanksgiving.

    oxoxo

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  5. Great shots. I love how birds look at you sideways, the ducks do it to and I find it charming. Happy Thanksgiving to you and family. Do the big dogs get turkey too? Mine do...xox Corrine

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  6. Leslie,
    You live in a most beautiful part of the country!

    Have a Happy HAPPY Thanksgiving!

    x..x
    steph

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  7. What an incredible and beautifully illustrated Thanksgiving post!
    I'm thankful for meeting you Leslie!

    xox
    Constance

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  8. Stunning pictures Leslie! I was hoping you were posting before and after pictures of that turkey.

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  9. Leslie:
    When you can shoot photos like this it doesn't matter that the power plant was out of focus. These are breath taking.

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  10. Yep, it's never good to know your food before you eat it. =) Loved this, Leslie~thank you for sharing. And thank you for you. xo

    Dee

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  11. oh no


    RUN RUN RUN goosey-lucy!
    ~~RUN ~~LIKE ~~THE ~~WIND

    :-0


    {{ sorry i was too late
    to warn the turkey-lurky }}

    personally
    i think more people
    should just fill up
    on the pumpkin pie


    but
    that
    is
    just
    me.................

    BTW--->
    i am thankful
    for all the photo*inspiration
    you send out, leslie.

    yippeee!

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  12. Lovely photos. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  13. Happy Thanksgiving, Leslie! Your photographs are absolutely beautiful - as usual! You really do have a talent for photography. Hope your free range turkey was delicious and that you are having a terrific time with those adorable grandchildren of yours.

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  14. Leslie:

    I feel so sorry for the Goose . . . and the Turkey.

    have a good Thanksgiving, and also to that thin guy in the next room

    bob
    Wet Coast Scootin

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  15. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I just LOVE your photography. The pictures are always so beautiful!

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  16. What beautiful countryside. I feel sorry for the poor goose. Turkeys are ugly. I don't feel as bad for them.

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