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 Posted: Sat Nov 18th, 2017 12:42 pm
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Well back to having a working PC and monitor.

The covered bridge is in Henniker, NH where we like to go for lunch on a nice day.

The turkey - well he is one of about 20 that think I'm "their human" and come for meals :yes3

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A pretty scene.  Where do you have lunch?  Do you have wild turkeys coming around your area?   We recently saw one lone turkey out here, first time ever.  Tell them to HIDE!



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Thank you Pauline. The restaurant is called Daniels and it is beside the river in the picture. It is a small college town - very New England atmosphere.

We have about 20 turkeys that come to visit almost daily. Four of them I call my "babies" as I have been feeding them since they were hatched and able to walk. They run up to me (their human mama) looking for their food (kind of like chickens do).



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Awww.. you are so lucky to have turkey friends!  There are hunters everywhere around here so wildlife is scarce.  But we see lots of deer-all ages, I guess  because they know we are a sanctuary.  Driving home at night, we can see all those lit up eyes out in the field.



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Beautiful, Pam!! :)



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