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karin

Those colours. Beautiful!

Natalie

Word gets around... and your blog is so charming even the birds are drawn to your front door. What a beautiful and seasonally appropriate banner you've made.

Julie

Great photos! Thanks for making the text of your blog larger, too. Still waiting on eye glasses and it helps! :)

Velma

I like your new banner a LOT! Makes me wish I could sit on your porch and watch the turkeys with you.

two crazy crafters

I love wild turkeys, I think they're cute and I always slow down to watch them when they are along my way. If I had it to do over again, I would have chosen a different blog name, but it will just have to do. Have a nice week! Twyla

Jane Weston

Love the new banner! Very seasonal. Fancy those turkey just turning up!...karma or what!?

Lorrie

Great new banner - and the turkeys are amazing. Nothing like that around here. They look so at home strutting around the trees.

Susan


Oh yes, love the new banner ! It was meant to be ! Thanks for sharing.

Shari

Your new banner is perfect and so pretty! We have frequent turkey sightings around here. One of the kids will say "turkey parade!" and we'll run to the window to look across our neighbor's field and see a big group of turkeys wandering through. They are such funny creatures! All these years I've lived here I've seen plenty of them, but have yet to see one fanned out and really looking like we think a turkey should look. I'm still waiting for that!

Judy @ daily yarns

I love your new banner! I wish we could see some wild turkeys around my area. We have to drive to Wisconsin to see any.

Nancy

I first looked at your blog because of the name!!! I thought it was so cute I had to see. Now I don't want to miss a post! Thank you so much. The turkeys are beautiful!

Janelle

LOVE the banner.

joyce

Beautiful. We have some wild turkeys here too and enjoy watching them.
I picked out my blog name the same way and have since regretted not spending more time thinking about it. I thought I'd change it in the unlikely event that I liked doing it. Now it's too much trouble.

Lisa

We had a flock of wild turkeys walk through our yard a few years ago -- we live two miles from downtown -- our only claim to "country" is a small patch of woods on two sides of our home. By the way -- I love the name turkey feathers!

jam

Beautiful, beautiful photos. I've always loved the name, Turkey Feathers. It's all come together now that the turkeys have paid you a visit.

pam

Love the turkeys. We have a lot of wild turkeys in our area, they always crack me up when they get all puffy.

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