First, thank you so much for all the dry skin advice! I often feel like “I’m the only one” when it comes to health related stuff so knowing I’m not the only one feels good and lets me know I can deal with this. I’ll be trying either the sugar or cornmeal depending on which I have in the cabinet. Again, thanks so much.

I had to share the photo above even though it is difficult to see between the moving car and rain coated window. The Husband said “Look! A turkey!” Well it was a whole bunch of turkeys hanging out on the little landscaped area at the gas station in a busy industrial/business area. Sadly I didn’t have time to put the window down before the light changed and we had to move. It’s the craziest thing I’ve seen in a while. I hope they all made it safely across the street.

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11 Responses to Whoa!

  1. I am hoping you can find a lotion, cream or scrub that works well for you. Isn’t the blogging world wonderful? Full of wonderful, caring people, willing to help out when the call is made. Love it! I do hope all those turkeys made it safely to their destination. That was a weird place to see them, but maybe that was the shortest rout to the woods they were heading to. It must have been a sight to see.

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  2. ellen says:

    Wow Wild Turkeys out and about! I’ve seen a bunch of what my husband’s family calls Wild Turkey Vultures over where his mom lives and they were so intimidating! So odd isn’t it, seeing an animal you’re not used to seeing in your proximity!

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  3. I live in a rural area so it isn’t uncommon to see a few now and then but I’ve never seen any on a busy street corner!! Several years ago a flock (?) of turkeys walked between our house and the neighbor’s house. Two adults turkeys were at the front of the line, two in the middle and two at the end. There must have been 100 little ones in between!

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  4. We go through times where we see quite a few turkeys and then none .THey are silly birds

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  5. chrisknits says:

    We used to have a non-wild turkey who roamed an intersection near our home. He really irked the people on their way to work, but delighted the children riding to school. He was hit unfortunately. Poor Tom.

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  6. RebSef says:

    I had to really look hard on my cracked phone screen! How cool! I have never seen wild turkey before.

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  7. Oh my goodness – that is crazy! We used to see them in a woods right by the house I grew up in, but that was very rural. I’ve never seen them in an urban area like that! Hope they all got to safety 🙂

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  8. Alissa Head says:

    Goodness! Once I watched a policeman stop traffic to help a family of geese get to the other side of the road. I am hoping for something similar for these turkeys.

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  9. Olivia says:

    I live on a golf course and occasionally the turkeys that roam the fairways end up in my yard…by the dozens. It used to be amazing, now it’s just annoying and my husband gets a good laugh to see me race out and chase them away, arms rotating wildly. I hate the pesky things. I once saw someone’s car covered in them. Talk about a Farmers Insurance commercial. Can you imagine the scratches on the hood? 🦃

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    • My husband works at the post office and he’s had letter carriers call him because the turkeys wouldn’t let them in or out of the truck. He’s had to drive over and scare them away:)

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      • Olivia says:

        For some reason I didn’t know you were replying to any of my comments and never bothered to look on my notifications they didn’t email to me so I wasn’t aware I was being commented on or replied to! Learn something new every day🤦🏻‍♀️

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