Monday, January 21, 2008

ruffled feathers





A bitter cold weekend here in Georgia, the thermometer said 9 degrees F. on Sunday morning. The turkeys came by to visit, leaving turkey tracks in the snow.


6 comments:

Laurie & Chris said...

Great pictures! It is so cold in NY right now it takes your breath away when you go out the door.

Kerri said...

It's probably not often you're as cold down there as we are up here in NY! Do you see much snow?
We have plenty of turkeys too, but I haven't seen them close enough to photograph yet this winter. They're probably up behind the barn, feasting on the left over silage. I should go and
have a look if I can work up the ambition to leave the warmth of the house.
We have 8ºF here this morning.

June said...

Brrrr! Glad there's some snow to go with the cold temps. Nice pics.

Bonnie Jacobs said...

Susan, thanks for your visit (and question) this morning. I answered your question in the same comments:
http://bonniesbooks.blogspot.com/2008/01/cats-eyewitness-by-rita-mae-brown.html

dot said...

We have some turkeys that hang around here but haven't seen them lately.
I don't know how cold it got here but I'm hoping things will thaw out today so I can make a run to the grocery store.
I didn't realize Cartersville had a beer plant! Thanks for the info.

Gypsy Quilter said...

Ohhh yum, fresh turkey. I'll make the gravy.