Giving Thanks

This weekend, these wild turkeys came to visit the area behind our trailer as we stopped for the night near St. Regis, Montana, on our way to eastern Montana.

I know there will be a lot of domestic turkeys eaten in Canada over this weekend, as we give thanks for the good things in our lives. These wild turkeys are thankful too (that they are not on our menu).

I know that I’m tasty,

But let’s not be hasty,

I tell you I’m tough to the bone.

It’s one lucky matter

I’m not on a platter,

So I’m giving thanks of my own.


Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!


19 thoughts on “Giving Thanks

  1. Sonja Forrester

    Ha ha ha ha….Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours on your road trip. Be safe and enjoy the gorgeous scenery. Great pics of the turkeys, and of course your little poem is very clever as well.

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    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      Happy Thanksgiving, Sonja. We were so thrilled to see these birds. There were about eight of them and I was able to get quite a few pictures of them. I even got a video but didn’t have any luck uploading it to the blog.


    1. wordsfromanneli Post author

      Thanks, Terry. We love coming to Montana. It’s the most beautiful state! My camera’s memory card melts. We had snow last night in the Wolf Point area, and after a couple of hours in the morning, it was gone again. Sure looked pretty with the snow.

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