a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
linking to Eileen's viewingnaturewitheileen
That's a good question, one wouldn't know if they were coming or going.Nice on the plate for Christmas dinner.
Looks like the one in the first pic thinks the same of you :-)Have a nice day, Bill.
Not a great time of year for being a turkey!
Don't hope they are just for the coming occasion.
Hello,They look nice and healthy, I assume they are free range. Maybe they are not for Christmas dinner. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment. Merry Christmas to you and your family!
Not pretty to be a turkey in these times...
Special moments from the dreamy message of day life. The hour has come to find the humanisme reality of life.
I wonder who developed a strain of white turkeys and why?
Over here turkeys are the traditional Christmas dinner.
They look like character.
Very pretty.God bless, Bill.
Hi Bill.And maybe in the pan in a few days.Greetings from Patricia.
Such beauties. In our neck of the woods they are black and flock to the corn fields this time of year, but sometimes show up in our back yard too.
Well, they could be there to plan a game on the field with that ball, maybe against the creatures of the manger scene. Or they're waiting to become Christmas dinner...
...will they be Christmas dinner?
I guess they are just hanging out! How neat to see! Enjoy your weekend!
Too Funny Mr BillCheers
Well, my guess is that they are departing this world.
I think white turkeys are bred more for eating, so they're probably going.
We have wild turkeys in our woods and backyard. We love having them. Our turkeys are brown and huge!!!
Looks like the turkeys came to play a game of soccer.
Oh my, I'm betting they are going.
Hi Bill, interesting photo of turkeys at this time of the year! Thank you for always visiting and commenting on, my blog, Have a great festive season. Jo
Going on a little road trip, me thinks!
I think it’s likely they are going..
Mucho me temo que ese camino que van aemprender, llegue a ser el final de su vida.Besos
Poor things :-| I am not a meat eater
Maybe they weren't going or coming but just staying. :) The only turkeys I see around here are wild ones.
They will be departing this world soon.
Something tells me they are not going to be pets.
I think they are probably going somewhere :(
Soon there will be a roast turkey on the Christmas tables.