Sunday, January 12, 2014


two  turkeys stopped me on road to town this morning. i assumed they belonged to someone and escaped from their fenced home. it turns out they are wild turkeys and the talk of the town. apparently they have been all over the place, walking down the road, walking the roof line of homes and making an appearance all about town. i had never seen a wild turkey before and had no idea they were around, they are, and have decided to stretch out a bit below the foothills. i think they are fun and i bet they would be proud to know they are the “ talk of the town”.

erin watched the bronco game with us this afternoon--go broncos--we will see them play again next week too. she was saying how she needed a hat and of course i had one for her. she then mention it would be nice to have a warm i went and found her a recently completed cowl made from alpaca that i picked up at rhinebeck ny. amazing how that worked out, she mentions she's cold and leaves with 2 knitted items ;-)

the roses were from my dear husband, we celebrated our 35th wedding anniversary. where has that time gone?  looking forward to the next 35 years with you sweetie !


Bonnie said...

Beautiful Girl, beautiful knits.
Love your winter photos. I think I might be afraid of the wild turkeys chasing me.

Terrie Sandelin said...

Oh, those roses are gorgeous! Happy Anniversary!!

Kyle said...

Happy anniversary! Cool turkeys!

Ock Du Spock said...

Oh my goodness! All that snow! Stay warm :)

karen said...

happy anniversary! I think your wild turkeys could beat up the ones in PA-ours are scrawny :)


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