I had family in town, no my family’s not turkeys, and we dined at a local spot called “Cornwells Turkeyville“, and I thought you might enjoy seeing a few Turkeys today. Everything on the menu is made from turkey or has turkey in it. Until recently they raised all the turkeys on site for their menu, and they still have quite a few that roam the property freely.
I was all about taking photos of the colorful turkeys, and they cooperated nicely. They’ll let you get up close and right in their face with a camera lens. The turkey farm seems to be a gathering spot for our family, It’s centrally located in Michigan and we all get together there once a month during the summer, have dinner, walk the grounds, and catch up on family happenings.
Now that the heat has subsided, back into the low 70’s, it’s nice to spend time outside again. I actually got both lawns mowed, the garden weeded, the chicken coop cleaned, and killed off some weeds in our landscaping. You’ve heard me say this before, I’m NO tropical girl. I don’t mind working hard and sweating but keep it in the 70’s for me.
I noticed even the turkeys are enjoying the shade. I’m quite curious to see how our Fall and Winter are this year. I hope we don’t have the extreme cold temps, and 2 week long power outages like we’ve had the last 2 years. Has anyone heard any predictions yet?