Tuesday, November 23, 2010

11/24 Outdoor Wednesday #98

Gobble, gobble until you drop! Did you know that at the First Thanksgiving sugar was scarce so the Pilgrims probably didn't have pumpkin pies, pumpkin cupcakes or pumpkin bars. Can you share a Thanksgiving fact?


Hawk, November 2010.

Two Canada Geese, November 2010.


Two Canada Geese II, November 2010.

Whole Chickens, October 2010.
Thank you for the delicious meal at
Andrew's Open Pit and Spirits
2610 Dempster Street, Park Ridge, IL
(847)824-3800

This time of year turkeys are all running around saying "Eat Chicken! Eat Chicken! Eat Chicken!"
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Thank you Susan for being the hostess.

10 comments:

  1. I sure wish sugar was scarce around here! I am addicted.

    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Rhonda

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  2. I love geese! Thanks for the great pics. And also, I loved today's quote. It gives me pause... Happy T-day to you, too.

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  3. Thanks for commenting on my blog. Grilled chicken looks so yummmmmy!!!
    Happy thanksgiving!

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  4. I like a good baked hen as opposed to turkey. However, when someone else is doing the cooking, I will eat anything.

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  5. Weren't sweet potatos scarce also? We all need less sugar. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  6. Can not vouch for its accuracy, but have read that Swanson created tv dinners after having large numbers of frozen turkeys left over.
    Your first picture of the geese is exceptionally pretty.
    Hope you have some sunny weather for the holiday.
    Thank you for leaving a note when you dropped by.

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  7. I watched a whole documentary on the first Thanksgiving but the only thing that stuck in my mind was about no pumpkin pies...lol....cute post.

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  8. Hi Joyce! Happy Thanksgiving!!

    The most magnificent temple of Ancient Egypt is on Blogtrotter Two waiting to be seen!! Enjoy and have a great week!

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