Friday, October 5, 2012

How to Catch Wild Turkeys

See if you can guess what is going on here.  I think you can't comment on the blog directly because commenting is disabled.  It's on my list to figure out, just behind get rid of the 4 million gnats in my kitchen. Here are the clues:

1. We live near a small river.

2. We went on a little gator ride recently.


             This is my middle son, he went first, he's got courage.

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3. We ran into our neighbors out in the woods as they were taking a walk too.

4.  The woods really belong to them, and they showed us this spot!

           This is my nephew.  He's pretty darn fearless. And I love him to pieces.

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6. This little spot has been active in these woods for….ever?  At least for a very, very long time.

          This is my niece.  She is a tiny little thang, and I swear she is part monkey.  XOXO little doll!

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7.  The neighbors built this little box several years ago.

8. Wid turkeys used to drink here.


          This is my oldest.  She was a little hesitant, but she did it after she saw that the boys lived. She just very well may be the smartest one of all of them!

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Here's the answer:

This is a natural occurring spring that is in the woods.  Apparently they would shoot the turnkeys when they came to drink here.  

It looks like turkeys are still drinking from it!  These turkeys are just ALOT cuter than the wild variety.  Wait, after having these kiddos for a few days, they got a little wild too!  

Drinking from cool clear spring water while taking a stroll in the woods, helps to fill a childhood with lovely memories!  We are so thankful our neighbors share their woods with us.  

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